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Astoria Rezoning - Approved!
Public Review
Overview | Existing Zoning & Context | Proposed Zoning | Public Review

The Astoria rezoning proposal began formal public review on January 25, 2010 with the Department of City Planning’s Certification of the Uniform Land Use Review (ULURP) application (100199 ZMQ and text amendment N 100200 ZRQ).

Milestones Target Dates

Department of City Planning certification

January 25, 2010 - view the presentation

Community Board 1 Approval

February 16, 2010

Queens Borough President Approval (with conditions)

March 19, 2010

City Planning Commission Hearing March 24, 2010

City Planning Commission Approval (with modifications*) Read the CPC Reports.

April 28, 2010

City Council Hearing May 17, 2010

City Council Approval

May 25, 2010

*City Planning Commission Modification
Modified Proposed Zoning Map
Proposed Zoning Map - modified by CPC 4/28/10
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On April 28, 2010 the City Planning Commission (CPC) approved the applications for the Astoria Rezoning with a modification to the Zoning Map amendment application (C 100199 ZMQ). The approved Zoning Map amendment was modified by the CPC to retain R6 zoning on a portion of the block bounded by 31st Avenue, 33rd Street, Broadway, and 32nd Street in response to testimony at its public hearing.

For more information about this proposal please contact the Queens Office of the Department of City Planning at (718) 286-3170.









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