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

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Adi Talwar

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

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City Must Tackle Barriers to Career-Track Jobs in Construction, Advocates Say

The De Blasio administration has expanded partnerships with unions and amped up construction safety requirements, but advocates say the city could go farther to ensure low income residents access real careers in the industry.

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Vibrant Opposition at BP’s Inwood Rezoning Hearing

Most speakers called on the Borough President to vote no to the proposed Inwood rezoning, saying it would exacerbate displacement and tax local infrastructure.

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Call for Crackdown on ‘Rent Fraud’ in Rezoning Neighborhoods

Rent-stabilized tenants made a lot of policy wins last year, but advocates say there’s still more the state and city could do to fight rent overcharges in rent-stabilized apartments.

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With De Blasio Rezonings, City’s Scarce Industrial Land Becomes Scarcer

Industry and neighborhood advocates have concerns about the continuing conversion of industrial land to residential land, but the administration says it is carefully striking balance of ranging city priorities.

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