The Post reports that a proposed Meatpacking District high-rise got the go-ahead from the city's Board of Standards and Appeals: "Five zoning variances [were approved] for the project, but the OK only came after the developer agreed to reduce the building from 12 to 10 stories and to lop off part of the tower that would have jutted out over the High Line. The glass tower, intended for commercial and retail tenants, would rise on the site of a shuttered meatpacking plant at 860 Washington St., at 13th Street. The project is being developed by the Romanoff family, which has been in the meatpacking business for three generations." Previously, the family had claimed hardship if they weren't able to maximize their space.