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Projects & Proposals > Brooklyn > Culver El Printer Friendly Version
Culver El Rezoning - Approved!
Public Review
Overview | Existing Context & Zoning | Proposed Actions | Public Review

The Culver El Proposal began formal public review on May 10, 2010 with the Department of City Planning’s Certification of the Uniform Land Use Review (ULURP) applications (C 100345 ZMK and N 100346 ZRK, C 100347 HAK, C 100348 ZSK – C 100361 ZSK).

Milestones Target Dates

Department of City Planning Certification

May 10, 2010

Community Board 12 Approval

June 22, 2010

Brooklyn Borough President Approval (with conditions)

July 26, 2010

City Planning Commission Public Hearing

July 28, 2010

City Planning Commission Approval (Read the CPC Reports).

August 25, 2010

City Council Approval (with modifications*)

October 27, 2010

Land Use and Zoning Modifications Adopted by the City Council 10/27/2010
Land Use and Zoning Modifications Adopted by the City Council 10/27/2010
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*City Council Modifications
On October 27, 2010, the City Council adopted the zoning map changes with two modifications located on the east side of the project area. The City Council changed a C4-2A district to a C8-2 district. The modified area includes one block generally bounded by 36th Street, Old New Utrecht Road, 37th Street, and 13th Avenue.

The City Council also changed a portion of a (MX)M1-2/R6B district to a M1-2 district. The area for this change includes portions of two blocks generally located 50 feet south of 37th Street, Old New Utrecht Road, 150 feet to the west of 14th Avenue and south to the midblock between 38th Street and 39th Street.

For more information about this proposal please contact the Brooklyn Office of the Department of City Planning at (718)780-8280.

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