NYC Council approves Midtown rezoning, paving way for new towers

Midtown East has been rezoned. Just don’t expect another Hudson Yards. By the city’s count, at least 20 years. Critics say it could take even longer. The City Council on Wednesday approved the rezoning of 73 blocks in the district, paving the way for roughly 6.5 million square feet of new office space to join the skyline.

Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney said, "The rezoning approved by the New York City Council will transform east midtown, easing the way for state-of-the-art buildings in the city’s central business district, while generating funds for critical amenities. The end result will be a vibrant business district with buildings designed for the 21st Century, new jobs, investments in transportation and much-needed parks and open space."

City Council unanimously approves Midtown East rezoning plan. After five years, the City Council approved a rezoning for Manhattan’s Midtown East on Wednesday, by a 42-0 vote. The proposal will rezone roughly 78 blocks, running from East 39th Street to East 57th Street and from Third Avenue to Madison Avenue, clearing the way for 6.5 million.

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New York’s City Council unanimously approved a rezoning plan for the Greater East Midtown neighborhood surrounding Grand Central Terminal. Wednesday’s vote culminated a five-year effort.

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New York’s City Council unanimously approved a rezoning plan for the Greater East Midtown neighborhood surrounding grand central terminal. city council approves midtown east rezoning, paving way for new era of office development Th rezoning concerns a 78-block stretch and will usher in 6.8 million square feet of new office.

Meet the major New York City players at. Lodhi was involved in the Midtown East rezoning, which was approved in 2017 following a five-year process, as well as the rezoning of the Garment District.

On Wednesday, August 9 th, the New York City Council voted 42-0 in approval of the Midtown East Rezoning proposal.The Draft Scope of Work for the proposal was released last August, which didn’t provide any preview of the text amendment, but a general description of the project as well as the rationale for the rezoning.

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Get ready for a ton of new office space (maybe): City council greenlights rezoning of Midtown East. The City Council on Wednesday cleared the way for 6.5 million square feet of new office space to rise in Midtown East. The council approved rezoning more than 70 blocks in the district, allowing developers to build to a higher floor area ratio (FAR).