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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.

East New York »

Residents expressed dissatisfaction Wednesday with the city's plan to bring new housing to the area.

Central Harlem »

The owners of the building filed plans to change the zoning from residential to commercial.

Bed-Stuy »

Groups calling for street improvements will help pedestrians cross the roadway using lights.

Crown Heights »

CB9 members voted to proceed with the zoning resolution amid a protest-filled meeting Tuesday.

Crown Heights »

CB9 pushed through the vote after police removed activist Alicia Boyd from Tuesday's meeting.

East New York »

Groups are calling for a rezoning process that includes affordable housing and union jobs.

Crown Heights »

Movement to Protect the People and its leader Alicia Boyd have effectively shut down Brooklyn's CB9.

Lower East Side »

Members of seven local groups called on the city to stop construction of Extell's new luxury tower.

Crown Heights »

Brooklyn's CB8 approved a rezoning resolution to increase density and building heights on Thursday.

Greenwich Village »

The plan would allow developers to build taller in exchange for creating more affordable housing.

Crown Heights »

The controversial letter meant to start a rezoning study has been held up for months by Brooklyn's CB9.

Jackson Heights »

The city proposal aims to make it easier for developers to build affordable units, the plan says.