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City Council approves rezoning for Madison Realty Capital’s Woodside rental project

The City Council gave the green light Wednesday to Madison Realty Capital’s 431-unit rental project in Woodside, after the...

City Council approves East Harlem rezoning

The City Council on Thursday approved the rezoning of East Harlem, the third neighborhood to be rezoned under the mandatory inclusionary housing program. The 96-block rezoning is expected to create 1,288 affordable housing units...

Land Use approves East Harlem rezoning

The City Council’s Land Use Committee on Tuesday greenlighted a proposal to rezone East Harlem under the Mandatory Inclusionary Housing program — a plan that is expected to create 1,288 affordable housing units on...

Get ready: A $3B megaproject is set to rise on the LIC waterfront

The family that owns a 13-acre site on the Long Island City waterfront is planning to build a $3...

Harlem’s National Black Theatre partners with L+M to redevelop 125th St. property

A Harlem cultural institution that was on the brink of collapse a few year ago is partnering with one...

City Council committee OKs AvalonBay’s 673-foot East Harlem tower

AvalonBay Communities can move forward with the 60-story tower it planned for East Harlem after a City Council Committee...

Manhattan BP on East Harlem rezoning proposal: Nope!

Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer on Thursday rejected the city’s proposal to rezone East Harlem, arguing that it doesn’t...

HPD says new 421a “undermines” parts of inclusionary housing program

The new 421a “undermines” crucial goals of the city’s inclusionary housing program, according to the Department of Housing Preservation...

City plans to restrict inclusionary housing projects receiving 421a

The city is mulling a major change to how 421a and inclusionary housing commingle, one that would prevent developers...

Developer drops plans for Vinegar Hill resi building after community backlash

Plans for yet another residential building that relied on the de Blasio administration’s affordable housing policy have withered, after...

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