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A Juxtaposition of Business and Family: A Profile of State Assembly District 66

Your neighbors are artists and students, and with immigrant residents and business owners, the generations of lifelong residents in downtown NYC are the backbone of the city. 

Idyllic Spaces: A Profile of State Assembly District 65

Downtown Manhattan is one of the city’s most popular destinations for travelers and the people who live there alike.

In the Zone: City Planning In NYC

In the Zone: City Planning In NYC

August, 3, 2018 • 5 min read

In June, the City Planning Commission voted in favor of New York City’s Inwood rezoning proposal.  

Feels Like a Neighborhood: A Profile of State Senate District 31

State Senate District 31 has it all: parks, the best museums, from the downtown waterfronts to the hills of Inwood, this enclave is home to significant immigrant populations and filled with small businesses that are among the characters in New York’s fables. 

A State of Emergency: A Profile of State Senate District 30

Harlem has always been in a constant state of evolution. What was once farmland for the Lenape tribe faded into a vibrant urban landscape as European immigrants settled, and eventually, African Americans made their homes here and gave rise to the Renaissance.