NYC Certifies Lower East Side Mixed-Use Project Plan

Law360, New York (March 26, 2012, 6:06 PM EDT) -- A massive mixed-use development plan for nine city-owned plots on the Lower East Side of Manhattan took the first step towards city approval when it was certified by the New York City Planning Commission at a review session Monday.

Planning Commission Spokeswoman Jovana Rizzo told Law360 that the plan, known as the Seward Park Project, received certification at Monday's review session.

The project includes as much as 1.65 million square feet of mixed-use developments, including 900 residential units, at nine sites around the intersection of Delancey Street...
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