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The New York City Economic Development Corporation has proposed rezoning parts of Inwood, but is still discussing the proposal with community members.



City Dips Toe Into Funding Community Land Trusts

The city will distribute a $1.65 million grant from Enterprise Community Partners to three community land trusts and to fund a technical assistance program to assist many new ones.

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City Presents Comprehensive Rezoning Framework for Inwood

While Economic Development Corporation officials said their plan reflects the feedback of the community, residents appeared largely to disagree.

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In Upper Manhattan, Visions of a Tech Economy

Some entrepreneurs and elected officials are striving to develop a tech economy in Harlem and Inwood—and discussing how to ensure that it leads to inclusive prosperity, not displacement.

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Inwood Sees City’s Plan Take Shape, Awaits Details on Zoning Proposal

Local officials and the EDC say the strategy they unveiled this week reflects a healthy amount of community input. But it’s still unclear whether the city’s rezoning pitch will ease or exacerbate some of the community’s deepest concerns.

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