With 5.3 million square feet of floor space across a 35-acre, 16-building campus, and another 1.3 million potentially on the way, you’d think there would be room for everyone’s vision for the 100-plus year-old former Bush Terminal complex on the Brooklyn waterfront — now known as Industry City. But instead, two competing visions, which have been butting heads for years at this point, are destined for what should be a final battle later this year.

On one side, there’s the United Puerto Rican Organization of Sunset Park-Bay Ridge, more commonly known as UPROSE, founded in 1966, and led by the fiery Elizabeth Yeampierre. It claims the title of Brooklyn’s oldest Latinx community-based organization, and among other activities has been working for years to bring back

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