City Planning Commission

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Civic Center »

Vicki Been and Carl Weisbrod were behind many of the mayor's affordable housing initiatives.

Bed-Stuy »

The proposal would bring 296 new apartments to Flushing and Franklin avenues.

Hudson Square »

The controversial project to add housing and retail now heads to the City Council for approval.

Hudson Square »

The changes are based on feedback from the City Planning Commission.

Hudson Square »

Neighborhoods across the city are grappling with Mandatory Inclusionary Housing with mixed results.

Hudson Square »

A report in Crain's suggests the developer may go commercial because of flagging residential sales.

Hudson Square »

DNAinfo obtained records that show how closely the city worked with developers on the project.

Hudson Square »

The commissioners asked why affordable units were isolated in one of the project's three buildings.

Hudson Square »

The City Planning Commission will hold a hearing on the St. John's Terminal project on Aug. 24.

Sunnyside »

The Commission voted unanimously to approve the plan for 209 affordable units on Barnett Avenue.

Chelsea »

A plan for 38-42 W. 18th St. is exempt from city's affordable housing rules, officials said.

Hudson Square »

The Trust will have more than 400,000 square feet of development rights left after the St. John's deal.

Hudson Square »

CB 2 is holding several public meetings to look closely at a city document justifying the deal.

Red Hook »

Oxford Nursing Home wants to build a 200-bed facility in the neighborhood's flood zone.

Financial District »

The vote on the Water Street overhaul was 11 in favor, one abstention, for the plan