Rezoning New York City
New York City has always been a city in flux, but in some ways it has been changing more quickly than usual under Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Since he took office in 2002 the city has undertaken 115 rezonings encompassing 10,300 blocks, the most far-reaching effort of its kind across the five boroughs in decades. Here’s a look at some of the most high-profile development-rezoning projects around the city. (Source: New York City Department of Planning)
Tags: affordable housing, Downtown Brooklyn, East River, Greenpoint, Hudson Yards, Hunters Point, Long Island City, Manhattan, Michael Bloomberg, MTA, New York City Department of Planning, St. George, Staten Island, waterfront, Williamsburg
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