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Commission says Flatiron condo does not need to add affordable units

The New York City Planning Commission let a proposed condo project in the Flatiron District off the hook for...

City Planning rejects pleas to force ULURP on Two Bridges projects

Three projects planned for Two Bridges have narrowly dodged a lengthy land use procedure.

Revised state law would clear the way for bigger resi buildings

New York City may soon see another surge in supertall skyscrapers. The city is pushing for changes to a state...

City Planning OKs Moskovits’ 25 Kent special permit but cans Williamsburg rezoning proposal

The City Planning Commission blessed developers Toby Moskovits and Rubenstein Partners’ bid for a special permit enabling their planned 400,000-square-foot Williamsburg Generator office complex...

City Planning approves Water Street retail proposal

Landlords of 17 Properties On Water Street in the Financial District are jumping for joy. A plan that would...

Water Street proposal could change city’s privately owned public spaces

There could be a retail renaissance coming to New York City’s privately owned public spaces. The City Planning Commission is voting Monday...

Weisbrod: Expiration of 421a means more luxury condos are on the way

Carl Weisbrod is sounding the alarm on the rental housing market. At a City Council budget hearing on Tuesday,...

This software can help developers find property primed for new projects

In Shanghai, the sun calls the shots in building design. Bedrooms and living rooms in the city must get...

City Planning approves East New York rezoning plan

The City Planning Commission approved the proposed rezoning of East New York on Wednesday in a boost to the...

80 South St. crosses 1M sf in air rights with City Planning vote

The City Planning Commission this week approved an air rights transfer to China Oceanwide Holdings’ 80 South Street, bringing...

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