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Projects & Proposals > Queens > Sunnyside - Woodside Printer Friendly Version
Sunnyside - Woodside Rezoning - Approved!
Public Review
Overview | Existing Zoning & Context | Proposed Zoning | Public Review


The Sunnyside-Woodside rezoning proposal began formal public review on February 28, 2011 with the Department of City Planning’s certification of the Uniform Land Use Review (ULURP) application (110207 ZMQ) and referral of the text amendments (N 110208 ZRQ, N 110209 ZRQ).  

Milestones Target Dates

Department of City Planning certification

February 28, 2011 - View the presentation

Community Board 2 Approval

April 7, 2011

Queens Borough President Approval

May 6, 2011

City Planning Commission Approval (Read the CPC Reports.)

June 6, 2011

City Council Approval (with modifications*)

July 28,2011



*City Council Modifications
Adopted Zoning Map
Adopted zoning map: PDF Document View a larger image.
On July 28, 2011, the City Council adopted the zoning map changes and zoning text amendments with two modifications affecting block fronts on Queens Boulevard between 39th and 50th Streets area. The City Council changed a R7X district between 39th and 44th Streets to a R7A district and a C4-5X district between 44th and 50th Streets to a C4-4A district.

In both areas the maximum building height would be reduced from 125 feet to 80 feet.  Also the maximum residential FAR using the Inclusionary Housing option would be reduced from 5.0 to 4.6 in both districts.  Similarly the residential FAR permitted for developments not using the Inclusionary Housing option would be reduced from 3.75 to 3.45.  In addition C4-4A districts allow a maximum community facility FAR of 4.0 where as the C4-5X district allows a maximum of 5.0



For more information about this proposal please contact the Queens Office of the Department of City Planning at (718) 286-3170.


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