Zoning for Public Good
This event is part of the series Mastering the Metropolis: New York and Zoning, 1916-2016
Zoning is the fundamental tool employed by municipalities to shape land use and development in the most equitable and environmentally sound way. It provides a framework for vital municipal concerns such as affordable and inclusionary housing, infrastructure, open space, historic preservation, economic development, and waterfront protection. But what are the limitations of this approach? How else might zoning benefit the public good? To view all of the programs in conjunction with Mastering the Metropolis: New York and Zoning, 1916-2016, click here.
Tom Angotti, Director, Center for Community Planning and Development, Hunter College
Daniel Garodnick, New York City Council Member
Joe Rose, Chair, The Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use
Madelyn Wils, President and CEO, Hudson River Park Trust
Moses Gates (moderator), Director of Community Planning & Design, The Regional Plan Association
Presented in collaboration with The Municipal Art Society.
1.5 LU AIA CES credits will be offered for attending this event.
$20 for adults | $15 for seniors, students & educators (with ID) | $10 for Museum members. Includes Museum admission.
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