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Soho and Marisa Lago (iStock, Dept. of City Planning)

Soho and Noho rezoning moves forward despite lawsuit

The proposal to rezone Soho and Noho is moving forward, despite a lawsuit claiming the plan cannot proceed if...

Soho and Noho rezoning moves forward despite lawsuit
City Planning Commissioner Chair Marisa Lago (Getty, Dept. of City Planning)

Gowanus rezoning gets green light

UPDATED, April 19, 2021, 4:30 p.m.: The Gowanus rezoning is a go. Judge Katherine Levine on Monday agreed to lift a temporary restraining order, allowing the proposal to enter the city’s seven-month approval process....

Gowanus rezoning gets green light
Judge Katherine Levine (Getty)

Gowanus rezoning may move forward as soon as Monday

The Gowanus rezoning, after months of delay, may be able to move forward within days. Judge Katherine Levine “indicated...

Gowanus rezoning may move forward as soon as Monday
Industry City and City Planning Commission chairwoman Marisa Lago (iStock)

City Planning Commission approves Industry City rezoning

The City Planning Commission on Wednesday approved the proposed rezoning of Industry City, setting the stage for a dramatic...

City Planning Commission approves Industry City rezoning
From the archives: The king of suburbia
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From the archives: The king of suburbia

William Levitt’s legacy goes beyond any one office or apartment building. The developer’s single-handed creation of Levittown, Long Island, right after World War II laid the groundwork for modern-day suburbia and spawned thousands of...

From the archives: The king of suburbia

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