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Hudson Square »

Board Wants to Trim Building Heights in Hudson Square Rezoning Plan

A CB2 resolution demands a new recreation center and lower maximum building heights.

Park Slope »

Zones for Popular P.S. 321 and P.S. 107 Could Shrink Under DOE Proposal

Zoning changes in the works for District 15 could shrink zones for P.S. 321 and P.S. 107.

Williamsburg »

Advocates Demand Inclusionary Housing Provision at Broadway Triangle

The private developments on the Williamsburg-Bed Stuy border should be rezoned, activists say.

Hudson Square »

Locals Push Trinity to Ensure More Open Space in Hudson Square Plan

Some residents believe Trinity Real Estate needs to offer more park space in its rezoning plan.

Greenpoint »

Residential Rezoning on McGuinness Blvd Approved by Community Board

A developer plans to erect an eight-story mixed use building on the Greenpoint block.

Hudson Square »

City Begins Review of Hudson Square Rezoning Proposal

Trinity Real Estate wants to turn the area above the Holland Tunnel into a residential neighborhood.

Richmond Hill »

Woodhaven-Richmond Hill Rezoning Approved by City Council

Some 229 blocks in central Queens will get the first rezoning in decades.

Upper West Side »

Plan to Protect Mom-and-Pop Shops on Upper West Side Passed by City Council

The City Council approved new zoning regulations it hopes will stave off the demise of mom and pop shops.

Upper West Side »

Upper West Siders Show Broad Support for Mom-and-Pop Zoning Plan at Hearing

A new commercial zoning plan for the Upper West Side seeks to limit banks and chain stores.  

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Community Demands Open Space Promised by City in 2005

The city hasn't delivered on its promise of 30 acres of waterfront space, local leaders claim.

Williamsburg »

Documentary 'Gut Renovation' Eyes Williamsburg's Real Estate Transformation

Su Friedrich filmed "Gut Renovation" while she lived through Williamsburg's 2005 rezoning.

Bed-Stuy »

Proposed Rezoning Would Save the Sky in Northern Bed-Stuy

A plan covering 140 blocks of northern Bedford-Stuyvesant would keep development to major thoroughfares.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Chelsea Market Developer Could Ditch Hotel Plan

Developer Jamestown Properties said it would scrap a hotel on Ninth Avenue if the Community Board asked.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

St. Vincent's Development Plan Gets Final Approval from City Council

The City Council voted nearly unanimously in support of major changes in Greenwich Village.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

St. Vincent's Development Plan Undergoes Major Changes

Rudin Management and the City Council have compromised on plans for the former St. Vincent's Hospital.