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The Slow Forward March of a Brooklyn Waterfront Megaproject Highlights New York’s Land Use Gauntlet

October 25, 2021 Patrick Sisson 0

In this week’s reprint from the Architect’s Newspaper, author Patrick Sisson tackles the implication and participation of communities in New York in shaping their built environment, especially their waterfront. He also asks about the roles of representation and if “the city’s community boards and Uniform Land Use Review Procedure act more like gatekeepers than catalysts for equitable development?” especially that a lot of new developments are labeled as housing projects.