Maps are an important part of the Museum of the City of New York's exhibit about NYC's 400 years of history, New York at Its Core – a must-visit.
If you love maps and urban development, the exhibit Mastering the Metropolis New York and Zoning, 1916-2016 at the Museum of the City of New York is for you.
Participate in the Zoning New York Scavenger Hunt to learn about key New York City zoning cites and document the experience with photos.
In the latest on NYU's expansion plans in Greenwich Village, NY Supreme Court judge rules that the street space long used as parkland cannot be given away.
Confused about zoning in NYC? The Center for Urban Pedagogy's “What is Zoning?” toolkit and guidebook sheds light on the zoning process for its constituents.
From Next New York, a look at reforms in zoning, air rights and development to improve the livability of communities and accommodate an expanding population.
An op-ed by Julia Vitullo-Martin on the East Midtown Rezoning, and why it's not as bad as critics think.
A new bill allowing the Hudson River Park piers to sell their air rights opens a debate about whether temporary structures can sell their air rights.
Most people (even residents) never realize how New York City's iconic skyline has been shaped by the city's zoning codes. The variety in architectural styles is as much related to trends in design and technology as it has to do with changes in the zoning code over time.
The eerie, beautiful drawings that demonstrated the possibilities of 1916 Zoning Resolution were not unlike the imagery in Fritz Lang's Metropolis.