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Melrose Commons Urban Renewal Amendments
Melrose Commons Urban Renewal Amendments Final Environmental Impact Statement

On March 28, 2007, a public hearing was held for the Melrose Commons Urban Renewal Amendments. Comments were accepted at the hearing and for ten days following the hearing, until April 9, 2007.

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development as lead agency, issued a Notice of Completion for a Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Melrose Commons Urban Renewal Amendments on April 27, 2007.   

Executive Summary (PDF)

Melrose Commons Urban Renewal Amendments Final Environmental Impact Statement

Chapter 1 Project Description
Chapter 2 Land Use, Zoning and Public Policy
Chapter 3 Socioeconomic Conditions
Chapter 4 Community Facilities
Chapter 5 Open Space
Chapter 6 Shadows
Chapter 7 Historic Resources
Chapter 8 Urban Design and Visual Resources
Chapter 9 Neighborhood Character
Chapter 10 Hazardous Materials
Chapter 11 Infrastructure
Chapter 12 Solid Waste and Sanitation Services
Chapter 13 Energy
Chapter 14 Traffic and Parking
Chapter 15 Transit and Pedestrian
Chapter 16 Air Quality
Chapter 17 Noise
Chapter 18 Construction
Chapter 19 Public Health
Chapter 20 Mitigation
Chapter 21 Alternatives
Chapter 22 Unavoidable Significant Adverse Impacts
Chapter 23 Growth-Inducing Aspects of the Proposed Actions
Chapter 24 Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitment of Resources

For additional information contact: Patrick Blanchfield,
Director of Environmental Review, Office of Development
New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development
100 Gold Street, Room 9V-3
New York, NY 10038
212-863-5056

 

 



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