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The Department of City Planning has begun a neighborhood study of Gowanus ahead of a possible rezoning.



Report: Rents Rose, But So Did Poverty

Rates of poverty and poverty concentration have increased in New York City after an earlier decline, according to the Furman Center—and some neighborhoods considering a rezoning experienced increased poverty and rising rents simultaneously.

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De Blasio Admin. Report on Housing Options Irks Advocates

The city promised to produce a study exploring housing tools besides mandatory inclusionary zoning. But its long-awaited report is devoted solely to knocking down an idea promoted by housing advocates.

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Clash of Opinions on De Blasio’s Approach to Rezoning

At a panel discussion hosted by City Limits, experts split over the premise and impact of the mayor’s housing and rezoning plan. But they agreed that the planning process could be improved.

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Investors’ Guidebooks to Rezoning Areas Foresee Dramatic Change

A real-estate brokerage’s reports on East Harlem and Gowanus glosses over opposition to potential rezonings there and predicts that the neighborhoods will soon ‘take off.’

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