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The City Council's alterations address the amount of affordable housing and parking in rezoning plans.

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The mayor met upset tenants Monday at a Harlem site he used to promote his affordable housing plan.

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Real Affordability for All and City Hall agreed to study how to make the plans more affordable.

Civic Center »

Real Affordability for All criticized de Blasio's plan as unaffordable for too many New Yorkers.

Inwood »

The mixed-use building is the first project proposed under the mayor's rezoning plan.

East New York »

The plan passed with a 12-1 vote and will continue to the City Council.

Civic Center »

The protesters want de Blasio's plan to help more low income New Yorkers.

East New York »

Council members Inez Barron and Rafael Espinal said they're seeking a plan that benefits the community.

Fort George »

"Where would people earning $37,000 or under be able to live in this plan?" an advocate asked.

Civic Center »

The City Council is pushing for deeper affordability in the mayor's Mandatory Inclusionary Housing plan.

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The City Council, which has the final say on the plan, will meet to discuss proposals next week.

Upper West Side »

De Blasio spoke in front of a crowd of hundreds at the Lincoln Square Neighborhood Association.

Civic Center »

Both questioned the affordability of the units being built or preserved.

East Harlem »

The city is considering rezoning large sections of First, Second, Third, Lexington, and Park avenues.

East New York »

Hundreds turned out to voice their opinion on the planned rezoning of East New York.