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Projects & Proposals > Brooklyn > Park Slope Printer Friendly Version
Park Slope Rezoning Proposal - Approved!
Introduction | Neighborhood Character & Existing Zoning | Zoning Proposal | Additional Maps
FOURTH AVENUE SITE ANALYSIS
Under the existing R6 zoning, a 14-story tower could be set back 20 feet from Fourth Avenue and most of the lot taken up by parking. The proposed R8A/R6B zoning would allow a slightly shorter building with many more residential units along Fourth Avenue and two low-scale residential buildings on the midblocks rather than a surface parking lot. The lot analyzed below is split by the proposed zoning district line.


SITE - East side of Fourth Avenue between 1st and 2nd Streets
site - 4th avenue photo site - 4th avenue map

VIEW FROM THE NORTHEAST

view from northeast - as-of-right r6 tower
As-of-right R6 tower

view from the northeast - proposed r8a/r5b
Proposed R8A/R6B

VIEW FROM THE SOUTHWEST
view from the southwest as-of-right r6 tower
As-of-right R6 tower
view from the southwest proposed r8a/r6b tower
Proposed R8A/R6B

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