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Far Rockaway »

The "roadmap for action" identifies needs within the economically-depressed area, officials said. 

Lower East Side »

The city will not put a group of planned high-rises through the extensive review process.

Gowanus »

City Councilman Brad Lander will re-launch his Bridging Gowanus initiative to engage locals in planning.

Lower East Side »

Pols are asking the city to require deed restriction changes to go through the ULURP process.

Chelsea »

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

Midtown »

Brooklyn Capital Partners has proposed "The Halo," an amusement ride with 1,200-foot vertical drops.

Chinatown »

The Chinatown Working Group will continue to fight for a rezoning to protect against high-rises.

Flushing »

The neighborhood had multiple concerns over the rezoning, including infrastructure and affordability. 

Park Slope »

City Councilman Brad Lander and other officials say losing the supermarket would have a "dire impact."

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Neighbors who live near Balsley Park on Ninth Avenue say it has fallen into a state of neglect.

Kips Bay »

The zoning would encourage features like taller ceilings, bigger lobbies, nicer retail and micro-units.

Crown Heights »

The Brooklyn board got a blunt response from the city over a study of Crown Heights' manufacturing zone.

Sutton Place »

The plan calls for a height cap of 260 feet and mandatory affordable housing in any new project.

Inwood »

The Department of City Planning and Councilwoman Ydanis rodriguez discussed the plan this week.

East New York »

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