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City Planning approves controversial trio of resi towers in Two Bridges

After a bitter and drawn-out review process, the city approved a trio of large-scale residential towers on the Lower...

The stupefying numbers behind a bill that targets NYC hotel developers

New York City hotel developers are about to lose nearly half of the land they can build on as-of-right....

Controversial project at 80 Flatbush gets approval from City Planning Commission

The City Planning Commission has given the green light to Alloy Development’s massive project at 80 Flatbush in Downtown...

City moving forward with plan to limit hotels in industrial zones

The city is advancing legislation that would require hotels to get a special permit to build in industrial areas....

Get your air rights here: City to charge $625 per sf in West Chelsea

The City Planning Commission on Wednesday unanimously approved selling development rights to property owners in West Chelsea for $625...

Controversial Bedford-Union Armory project gets the go-ahead from City Planning

The controversial Bedford-Union Armory project in Crown Heights is moving forward — but not without a few arrests. The...

City Planning OKs Midtown East rezoning

The City Planning Commission on Wednesday unanimously approved the rezoning of Midtown East, a proposal that is expected to create 6.5 million square feet of new office space over the next two decades. The...

City Planning kickstarts East Harlem rezoning review process

The city took the first major step Monday to rezone a large swath of East Harlem in what would...

From the archives: Carl Weisbrod, an understated force

Carl Weisbrod, the recently appointed chair of the New York City Planning Commission, may not have the star power...

Planning Commission questions affordable housing component of St. John’s Terminal project

Members of the City Planning Commission voiced concerns over the planned St. John’s terminal development at a hearing Wednesday.

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