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Manhattan Community Board 9 197-a Plan cover Manhattan Community Board 9 197-a Plan, an adopted 197-a plan for guiding future development in the community district, 2007.
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Manhattan Community Board 9 197-a Plan. The City Council adopted the plan, as modified and approved by the City Planning Commission, on December 19, 2007. The 197-a plan offers a comprehensive set of recommendations for guiding future development in the community district, which includes the Manhattan neighborhoods of Morningside Heights, Manhattanville, and Hamilton Heights. A significant focus of the plan is on an area where Columbia University plans to create a new campus.

The CB 9 197-a Plan seeks to reinforce and reinvigorate the ethnically and culturally diverse community through a sustainable agenda; ensure that future development is compatible with the existing neighborhood character without displacement; promote good jobs for residents; and provide affordable housing and services.

The report includes:
  1. The City Council Resolution, dated December 19, 2007, adopting the plan as modified and approved by the City Planning Commission.

  2. The City Planning Commission report, dated November 26, 2007, approving the plan with modifications.

  3. The Community Board’s proposed 197-a plan, as submitted August 4, 2005 and modified September 24, 2007.

  4. A guide to recommendations in the adopted Manhattan CB 9 197-a Plan.



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