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Lower Concourse Rezoning and Related Actions
Final Environmental Impact Statement

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On May 8, 2009, the New York City Department of City Planning, on behalf of the City Planning Commission as lead agency, issued a PDF Document Notice of Completion for a Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Lower Concourse Rezoning and Related Actions.

A public hearing on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) was held on April 1, 2009. Comments were accepted at the hearing and for ten days following the hearing until Monday, April 13th, 2009. The FEIS incorporates responses to the public comments received on the DEIS and additional analysis conducted subsequent to the completion of the DEIS.


PDF Document The files below are in PDF format.

Cover & Foreword

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Table of Contents

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Chapter 1 - Executive Summary

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Chapter 2 - Project Description

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Chapter 3 - Probable Impacts of the Proposed Action
 

Chapter 3.1 - Land Use, Zoning and Public Policy

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Chapter 3.2 - Socioeconomic Conditions

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Chapter 3.3 - Community Facilities and Services

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Chapter 3.4 - Open Space

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Chapter 3.5 - Shadows

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  Chapter 3.5b - Shadows Figures 6.10 mb
 

Chapter 3.6 - Historic Resources

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Chapter 3.7 - Urban Design and Visual Resources

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Chapter 3.8 - Neighborhood Characteristics

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Chapter 3.9 - Natural Resources

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Chapter 3.10 - Hazardous Materials

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Chapter 3.11 - Waterfront Revitalization

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Chapter 3.12 - Infrastructure

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Chapter 3.13 - Solid Waste and Sanitation Services

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Chapter 3.14 - Energy

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Chapter 3.15 - Traffic and Parking

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Chapter 3.16 - Transit and Pedestrians

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Chapter 3.17 - Air Quality

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Chapter 3.18 - Noise

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Chapter 3.19 - Construction Impacts

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Chapter 3.20 - Public Health

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Chapter 3.21 - Alternatives to the Proposed Action

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Chapter 3.22 - Mitigation

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  Chapter 3.23 - Unavoidable Adverse Impacts
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Chapter 3.24 - Growth-Inducing Aspects of the Proposed Action

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  Chapter 3.25 - Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitment of Resources
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  Chapter 3.26 - Responses to Public Comments on the Draft Scope and DEIS
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Appendices
Appendix Cover
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Appendix A - Final Scoping Document
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Appendix B - Proposed Zoning Text Amendment

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Appendix C - Lower Density Alternative Reasonable Worst Case Development Scenario
                   (RWCDS) Tables

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Appendix D - Archaeological Documentary Study

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Appendix E - New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (NYCLPC)
                   Correspondence

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Appendix F - Agency Correspondence

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Appendix G - Local Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP) Form

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Appendix H - Phase I Environmental Site Assessment

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Appendix I - Phase I Environmental Site Assessment 63 Exterior Street

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Appendix J - Hazardous Materials (E) Designations

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Appendix K - Air Quality (E) Designations

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Appendix L - Noise (E) Designations

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Appendix M - Conceptual Stand Alone Retail

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Appendix N - Public Comment Letters on the Draft Scope and DEIS
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Appendix O - Canal/Rider Retention Alternative: Proposed Zoning Text Amendments,
                    RWCDS Table, and (E) Designations
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