On December 3, 2002, the Department of City Planning
certified the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP)
application for the proposed zoning amendments.
Manhattan's Community Board 2 voted to approve the zoning
proposal for the southern rezoning area on March 20,
2003 by a vote of 38 in favor, 0 opposed and 0 abstaining.
For the northern rezoning area the Community Board voted
to disapprove the zoning proposal by a vote of 21 in
favor, 15 opposed and 0 abstaining. The Manhattan Borough
President recommended approval of the southern rezoning
area and disapproval of the northern rezoning area.
The City Planning Commission held a public hearing on
May 7, 2003 and voted to approve the proposal on June
On July 29, City Council proposed a modification to
the proposal by removing the northern rezoning area
– the area generally bounded by Clarkson, Leroy,
West, Morton, Barrow, and Hudson streets – from
the rezoning area. City Council adopted the proposal
as modified on August 19. The revised zoning is now
For more information on the Hudson Square rezoning, contact the Manhattan Office of the Department of City Planning at (212) 720-3506.
to Summary of 2002 Hudson Square Rezoning Study