The Atlantic Avenue Mixed-Use Plan is a community-led plan for an inclusive, mixed-use stretch of Atlantic Avenue and neighboring blocks in Crown Heights and Bedford-Stuyvesant.
The plan would support new housing with affordable housing, new space for jobs and services, safer, more pedestrian-friendly streets and investments in neighborhood improvements. Learn more about the Atlantic Avenue Mixed-Use Plan.
The North Brooklyn Industry & Innovation Plan, the largest study of an industrial area DCP has conducted in decades, was announced as part of Mayor de Blasio’s Industrial Action Plan and supports the New York Works jobs plan. It identifies strategies to better align local land use policy in the North Brooklyn Industrial Business Zone (IBZ) Study Area with the needs of today’s businesses while supporting citywide policies for a 21st century, diverse, and equitable economy. Learn more about the North Brooklyn Industry and Innovation Plan.
The Gowanus Neighborhood Planning Study is a comprehensive, collaborative effort with the community, government agencies, and various stakeholders to promote a thriving and inclusive neighborhood that balances a mix of goals and priorities, including affordable housing, economic development, resiliency and sustainability, and infrastructure improvements. Learn more about the Gowanus Neighborhood Planning Study. - Adopted 11/23/21.
The Bushwick Neighborhood Plan is a coordinated, collaborative planning effort of community residents, stakeholders, City Council Members Reynoso and Espinal, and City agencies to promote a thriving and inclusive neighborhood with strategies for affordable housing, economic development, community resources and land use and zoning changes. Learn more about the Bushwick Neighborhood Plan.
The East New York Neighborhood Plan is one of our neighborhood planning studies where we’re working collaboratively with the community, other city agencies and various stakeholders in East New York to develop coordinated and comprehensive strategies and recommendations to promote affordable housing preservation and development, encourage economic development, create pedestrian-friendly streets and introduce new community resources to support the long-term growth and sustainability of East New York, Cypress Hills and Ocean Hill. Learn more about the East New York Neighborhood Plan - Adopted 04/20/16.
Resilient Neighborhoods - Canarsie identifies changes to zoning and land use and other actions that support the continued vitality of this neighborhood, reduce its risk associated with coastal flooding, and ensure the long-term resiliency of its built environment. Learn more about the Resilient Neighborhoods - Canarsie.
Resilient Neighborhoods - Gerritsen Beach reviews zoning regulations and potentially identifies any needed changes to zoning and land use that support the continued vitality of this neighborhood at risk of coastal flooding and ensure its long-term resiliency. Resilient Neighborhoods - Gerritsen Beach.
Resilient Neighborhoods - Sheepshead Bay identifies changes to zoning and land use to support the continued vitality of this neighborhood, reduce its exposure to risk associated with coastal flooding, and promote the long-term resiliency of its built environment. Learn more about the Resilient Neighborhoods - Sheepshead Bay.
Red Hook Transportation Study identifies incremental improvements that can be made by the City and Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to improve transportation for all modes and users in the community of Red Hook, Brooklyn. The report’s recommendations were drawn up in consultation with the local Red Hook community. Learn more about the Red Hook Transportation Study.
Atlantic Avenue Corridor examines the avenue between Barclays Center/Vanderbilt Avenue and East New York/Eastern Parkway Extension and reviews its potential to serve as a multimodal corridor that accommodates a wide variety of users to serve the transportation needs of businesses, residents, and visitors throughout the area in the future. Learn more about the Atlantic Avenue Corridor.
|Projects with Approved Zoning||Adopted Date|
|East New York Neighborhood Plan||04/20/20016|
|Crown Heights West||09/24/2013|
|Downtown Brooklyn Parking Text Amendment||12/10/2012|
|Special 4th Avenue Enhanced Commercial District||11/29/2011|
|Boerum Hill Rezoning||09/21/2011|
|Culver El Rezoning||10/27/2010|
|Carroll Gardens/Columbia Street Rezoning||10/28/2009|
|Sunset Park Rezoning||09/30/2009|
|Greenpoint-Williamsburg Contextual Rezoning||07/29/2009|
|Coney Island Comprehensive Rezoning Plan||07/29/2009|
|East Windsor Terrace / Stable Brooklyn Rezoning||03/11/2009|
|Carroll Gardens Narrow Street/Wide Street Zoning Text Amendment||07/23/2008|
|Fort Greene / Clinton Hill||07/25/2007|
|Dyker Heights / Ft. Hamilton||07/25/2007|
|South Park Slope||11/16/2005|
|Greenpoint-Williamsburg Land Use and Waterfront Plan||05/11/2005|
|Special Bay Ridge District||03/23/2005|
|Special Downtown Brooklyn District||07/26/2001|
|Sustainable Communities - East New York|
|Brighton Beach Rezoning (withdrawn on 06/11/2009)|
|Gowanus Canal Corridor Framework|
|Downtown Brooklyn Pedestrian Study|
|The Prospect Park-Ocean Parkway Greenway Study (2009)|
|Shore Parkway Greenway Connector Master Plan (2005)|
|Subway Sidewalk Interface: Technical Memorandum V Recommendations - Brooklyn Edition (2005)|
|Broadway Junction Transportation Study (2008)|
|Brooklyn Retail Corridors (2003)|
|Eastern Parkway Extension Master Plan (2006)|
|Flatbush Avenue Pedestrian Study (2008)|