A bride-to-be whose dreams of getting married at a posh Greenwich Village penthouse were dashed when she was informed a few months before her wedding that the spot could no longer host events has won a legal victory.

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Milton A. Tingling, in Barry v. Dandy, 602282/07, granted Michelle Barry’s request for specific performance of her contract with Sky Studios, a venue well known, the judge said, for its “breathtaking views, garden, and other unique characteristics.”

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