Monthly Archives: June, 2016

In July 1916, New York became the first American city to adopt a radical zoning resolution to control the height, bulk, and use of its buildings, an act so unprecedented that its authors were not even sure it was legal. In the century since, zoning has become the city’s most potent instrument for shaping its […]

This Saturday, June 11th, Open House New York’s Field Guide: North Brooklyn will open more than twenty sites across central Williamsburg and Greenpoint. From design studios to cultural spaces to working factories and fabrication shops, the line-up of participating sites represents the dynamic mix of uses made possible by the area’s finely grained urban fabric, […]

RSS Syndication