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LIKING THIS EBENEZER

City Planning Approves Ebenezer Plaza; City Council Next to Consider Ebenezer Plaza, designed by Perkins Eastman Architects The City Planning Commission approved the construction of “Ebenezer ...
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MORE AFFORDABLE HARLEM HOUSING

39-Unit Affordable Development Approved in Harlem Historic District Rendering of the proposed building at 841 St. Nicholas Avenue. Image credit: LPC Seven-story building would have dance studio space ...
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EXPANDING KINGS MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY

City Planning Hears Testimony on Expansion of Mental Health Treatment Facility Rendering of the proposed redevelopment at 50 Nevins Street. Image credit: DCP The proposed rezoning would facilitate the ...
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GREEN LIGHT TO GREENE STREET RETAIL?

Planning Commission Approves Broader Retail Use in Ground Floor on Greene Street 62 Greene Street, Manhattan. Image credit: GoogleMaps The City Planning Commission approved the conversion of a Greene ...
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ALLOWING A RETAIL & COMMERICAL BUILDING IN JACKSON HEIGHTS

Planning Commission Approves Jackson Heights Rezoning for Eight-Story Retail and Commercial Building Rendering of the proposed building by Christopher Papa Architects. Image credit: DCP The City ...
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MORE AFFORDABLE BRONX HOUSING

City Planning Approves Two 14-Story Affordable Buildings in the Bronx Rendering of proposed buildings at 1125 Whitlock Avenue as designed by Langan Engineering. Image credit: DCP The City Planning ...
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APPROVING SOUNDVIEW DEVELOPMENT

City Council Subcommittee Approves Soundview Development Including Church with Modifications East aerial view of the proposed 1755 Watson Avenue development. Image credit: Azimuth Development Zoning ...
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TOWN DISCRIMINATED AGAINST ISLAMIC SOCIETY

Justice Department and Bernards Township (NJ) Settle Lawsuit Over Alleged RLUIPA Violations The Justice Department recently announced an agreement with Bernards Township, New Jersey, to resolve ...
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CO-OP CITY WATERFRONT?

City Hall in Your Borough: Mayor de Blasio Announces New 1.4 Acre Waterfront Site for Parkland in Co-Op City New park will serve 45,000 residents in and around Co-op City Mayor Bill de Blasio joined ...
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CLEAN-UP & REZONING FLUSHING WATERFRONT

City Planning Wrapping Up Brownfield Recommendations in Flushing Designated study area in Flushing, Queens. Image credit: DCP City Planning presented to community board draft findings and ...
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EAST HARLEM'S TROJAN HORSE

NiLP Guest Commentary Trojan Horse entering East Harlem Disguised as "Rezoning" By Roger Hernandez, Jr. The NiLP Report (May 19, 2017) In the ancient tale Aeneid of Virgil from the time of ...
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BUILDING NEXT TO TRANSMITTER PARK

Subcommittee Hears Testimony on Development Adjacent to Transmitter Park Project site adjacent to WNYC Transmitter Park in Greenpoint. Image credit: GoogleMaps Zoning Subcommittee heard testimony on ...
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ARCHITECTS WERE NEGLIGENT?

Landmark Owner Sues Architect Over Renovation 143 Bergen Street in Brooklyn. Image Credit: CityLaw. Architect failed to submit plans to Commission for renovation of landmarked building; owner had to ...
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TOTALLY OUT-OF-CHARACTER

Proposed Development Raised Community Ire, Deemed Out-of-Scale by Commissioners Rendering of 536 Halsey Street. Image Credit: LPC. Commissioners asked for revisions to proposal, which would see two ...
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FINED $2500 FOR SRO USE

Owner Fined $1200 for SRO Use 101-36 104th Street in Queens. Image Credit: GoogleMaps. Owner leased space to non-profit providing services under contract with the State Department of Mental Health. ...
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A 22-STORY TOWER FOR WEST CHELSEA?

Zoning Committee Hears Testimony on New 22-Story Building in West Chelsea City Council Member Corey Johnson. Image credit: NYCC/William Alatriste City Council’s Zoning Committee discusses ...
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BUILDING ON TOP OF THE FLATBUSH CATON?

City Council Considering 251 Affordable Units to be Built on Top of the Flatbush Caton Market The Flatbush Caton Market at 794 Flatbush Avenue. Approval would allow the construction of 251 Affordable ...
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14 WHITE STREET APPOVED

New Building Approved Without Modifications for Vacant Lot Rendering of 14 White Street in Tribeca, Manhattan. Image Credit: LPC New development on triangular-shaped corner lot will employ passive ...
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300 MORE BED-STUY UNITS

Almost 300 New Residential Units to be Added in Bedford-Stuyvesant Diagram of 376-378 Flushing Avenue. Image Credit: DCP Planning Commission approves two new residential buildings in northeast ...
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LANDMARKS BY DEFAULT

Subcommittee Delays Action on Three Landmark Designations Loew’s 175th Street Theater in Manhattan’s Washington Heights. Image Credit: LPC. Six designations sent to full Council where they ...
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LEGALIZING RED HOOK INITIATIVE

CPC Agrees to Legalize Overbuilt Building for Expanding Non-Profit The Red Hook Initiative in Brooklyn. Image Credit: RHICenter.org City Planning Commission approves legalization and expansion of Red ...
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THE CITY FAILS THE THEATRE?

Subcommittee Lambastes City for Withdrawing Beneficial Theater Contribution Increase Image Credit: Wikipedia The City’s Planning Department withdraws its proposal to increase contributions to ...
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LANDMARKING ST. JOHN THE DIVINE

Cathedral of St. John the Divine and Six Auxiliary Buildings Collectively Designated an Individual Landmark St. John the Divine Cathedral. Image Credit: LPC. Unfinished cathedral, the largest in the ...
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LOOKING @ MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS

Morningside Heights-Notable for Early 20th Century Architecture Designated Morningside Heights Historic District Map. Credit LPC. District is composed of 115 buildings between West 109th and West ...
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LOOKING @ A BASEMENT & PEACE SIGN

Basement apartment ruled legal; Condo’s “peace” sign ruled illegal 345 West 70th Street in Manhattan. Image Credit: CityLaw Buildings charged that owner unlawfully converted basement ...
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