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East Harlem Rezoning Proposal - Approved!

Objectives | Existing Zoning | Proposed Zoning | Public Review
On December 16, 2002, the Department of City Planning certified the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) application for the proposed zoning amendments.

Manhattan's Community Board 11 voted to approve the rezoning proposal without conditions on February 18, 2003 by a vote of 25 in favor, 0 opposed and 0 abstaining. The Manhattan Borough President also recommended unconditional approval of the proposal. The City Planning Commission held a public hearing on April 2 and voted to approve the proposal on May 7.

On June 17, City Council proposed a modification to the proposal by removing the midblock bounded by East 119th Street, East 120th Street, Pleasant Avenue and First Avenue from the rezoning area. City Council adopted the proposal as modified on June 24. The revised zoning is now in effect.

For more information on the East Harlem rezoning, please contact the Manhattan Office of the Department of City Planning at (212) 720-3480.






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