Department of City Planning

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East New York »

Brooklyn Community Board 16 voted against the neighborhood rezoning plans with several suggestions.

Hudson Square »

New York City would be 'unlivable' if the pier's ballfields aren't sufficiently repaired and maintained.

East New York »

Brooklyn Community Board 5 voted against neighborhood rezoning plans.

Lower East Side »

CB3's land use committee said they were skeptical the changes would create more affordable units.

Civic Center »

The chairs of all of Manhattan's community boards discussed unifying against the zoning proposals.

Greenwich Village »

Board members worry the city's plan would prevent locals from weighing in on neighborhood changes.

Carroll Gardens »

The board requested that developers create affordable units in the same building as market-rate units.

Bed-Stuy »

Community Board 3 rejected the new housing proposals, citing concerns over parking and building height.

SoHo »

Councilwoman Chin wants to "preserve the unique character of artistic districts, like SoHo and NoHo."

Hudson Square »

Developers want city approval for one plan, but they have another up their sleeve if they don't get it.

Hudson Square »

City Planning Commissioner Carl Weisbrod has been in meetings about the project since his appointment.

Fort Greene »

Much of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill could grow by much as 30 feet under a proposed change.

Clinton Hill »

Rezonings will affect building height requirements and affordable housing deals.

Lower East Side »

Fifteen community groups and leaders want the city to adopt the Chinatown Working Group plan.

Midtown »

Nothing gets New Yorkers quite as riled up as debating where one neighborhood ends and the next begins.