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The New York City Economic Development Corporation has initiated the environmental review process for its proposed rezoning of Inwood.


Adi Talwar

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


Study Reveals Stark Income Disparities and Widespread Stress in Northern Manhattan

Income is up and poverty is down in Central Harlem, West Harlem and Washington Heights. But those neighborhood-wide numbers don’t capture what different segments of each community are experiencing.

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Opinion Split at City Planning Commission Hearing on Proposed Inwood Rezoning

Some Planning Commission members expressed concerns during their questioning of city officials.

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Much Dread, Some Hope at Inwood Rezoning Community Discussion

Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez’s community meeting on Sunday came midway through the public review procedure through which the Inwood rezoning will be approved or disproved.

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Brewer Votes No With Conditions on Inwood Rezoning

Her decision is non-binding, but sends a message to the de Blasio administration that EDC’s plans for Inwood requires substantial changes.

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