Law360, New York (November 5, 2015, 2:25 PM EST) -- In the past week, there have been several zoning proposals delivered in New York City that could impact hospitality players.
From a relatively sure-to-be-enacted plan to limit hotel development in certain industrial zoned areas, to two tentative proposals that would impact hotel and restaurant developments in East Midtown, hospitality players and their attorneys have several moving pieces to keep their eyes on.
Here, Law360 takes a deeper look at what has spurred the three proposals and what their impacts could be on the hospitality industry.
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