Law360, New York (May 23, 2014, 5:00 PM EDT) -- New York City lawmakers have introduced a slew of new bills in recent months that could impact commercial real estate owners and developers with changes like new protections for rent-regulated tenants and more public review for zoning changes. Here are explanations and some experts' thoughts about the proposed laws.
Reforming the Landmarking Process
People on both sides of the landmarking debate — those who believe rampant landmarking in the city is hampering development, and those in favor of preserving as many historic buildings as possible — have agreed in recent weeks that the process needs to be revamped.
The development community...
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