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The City Council approved the Inwood rezoning in August, 2018.


Adi Talwar

Inwood will likely be the fifth neighborhood to be rezoned by the de Blasio administration.


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Video: The de Blasio Rezonings, Revisited

So far, the city has approved six of the 15 rezonings Mayor de Blasio thought he’d accomplish, with one remaining on the docket. Here’s a quick video tour through the communities that have been rezoned.

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Six Down, One to Go: Where de Blasio’s Rezonings Stand

What impact have the mayor’s moves had on East New York, Downtown Far Rockaway, East Harlem, Jerome Avenue and Inwood?

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Inwood Groups Want State’s Highest Court to Hear Rezoning Dispute

The suit raises questions not just about one rezoning but also about the balance of power in New York over land-use policy.

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Appeals Court Sides With City Hall in Dispute Over Inwood Rezoning

The decision paves the way for the restoration of the 2018 rezoning of the Manhattan neighborhood, which a lower court had annulled last year.

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