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East New York »

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the process was a learning experience but that he was proud of the outcome.

Chelsea »

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

Flushing »

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

East New York »

The plan, expected to drastically change the neighborhood, sailed through the City Council on Wednesday.

East New York »

Councilman Rafael Espinal said that while the plan is not perfect, it's the "best possible plan."

Civic Center »

The City Council approved de Blasio's rezoning plans but those opposed say they haven't given up.

Civic Center »

The City Council easily approved the mayor's plans for affordable and senior housing.

East Harlem »

Questions remain on whether developers will build rental apartments without the controversial abatement.

East New York »

Some groups feel the City Council's changes still aren't affordable enough for East New Yorkers.

Greenwich Village »

One community leader described the Council's announcement of the rezoning changes as "embarrassing."

Civic Center »

Some City Council members raised concerns about segregated housing.

East Village »

The plan saved some East Village zoning restrictions put in place in 2008, Councilwoman Mendez says. 

Greenpoint »

97 below-market-rate units will be available in the newly constructed building at 33 Eagle St.

West Village »

The Council proposed changes to the mayor's plan to increase building heights for affordable housing.

Civic Center »

The City Council made significant changes to the mayor's rezoning proposals.