Zoning for Lifestyle
Implementation Tools in New York City
Professor Raquel Ramati
NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate
New...
The High Line
Redevelopment initiated by Friends of the Highline, a
local community activist group
The Fund for Park Avenue
A private fund sponsored by area developers
Central Park
Central Park Conservancy
Bryant Park
Redevelopment initiated by the Bryant Park Restoration
Fund, paid for by local developers and businesses
Privately-Owned Public Spaces
The Apple Store Plaza
Through-block Arcade
Sony Building
Covered Pedestrian Space
Former IBM Atrium
Covered Pedestrian Space
Trump Tower
Street Planting
Mandatory every 25 feet
Fifth Avenue Special District
Retail Pedestrian Environment
Mandatory retail on 50% of lot frontage
Sidewalk Cafes
Lower Manhattan, Madison Avenue
Subway Easements
Lexington Avenue at 59th
Street
Visual Corridors
The Edge in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Visual Corridor
59th
Street towards the Hudson River
Respecting Context
The Copper Building, Stephen B Jacobs
Avenue B at 13th Street
Context: LVMH Headquarters
Christian de Portzamparc
Mixed Use Buildings
Bloomberg Tower
Cesar Pelli
Time Warner Center
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill
One57
Christian de Portzamparc
Moderate Income Housing
Williamsburg
Landmark Buildings
Grand Central Station, 1871
The Plaza Hotel, 1907, converted in 2008
Henry Janeway Hardenbergh
Hearst Tower
Built in 2006 over 1928 original
Lord Norman Foster
Preserving the Theatre District
Amsterdam Theatre, 1903
Upper East Side Brownstones
Historic Districts limit height and floor area
Thank you!
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  1. 1. Zoning for Lifestyle Implementation Tools in New York City Professor Raquel Ramati NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate New York City September 26, 2013
  2. 2. The High Line Redevelopment initiated by Friends of the Highline, a local community activist group
  3. 3. The Fund for Park Avenue A private fund sponsored by area developers
  4. 4. Central Park Central Park Conservancy
  5. 5. Bryant Park Redevelopment initiated by the Bryant Park Restoration Fund, paid for by local developers and businesses
  6. 6. Privately-Owned Public Spaces The Apple Store Plaza
  7. 7. Through-block Arcade Sony Building
  8. 8. Covered Pedestrian Space Former IBM Atrium
  9. 9. Covered Pedestrian Space Trump Tower
  10. 10. Street Planting Mandatory every 25 feet
  11. 11. Fifth Avenue Special District
  12. 12. Retail Pedestrian Environment
  13. 13. Mandatory retail on 50% of lot frontage
  14. 14. Sidewalk Cafes Lower Manhattan, Madison Avenue
  15. 15. Subway Easements Lexington Avenue at 59th Street
  16. 16. Visual Corridors The Edge in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
  17. 17. Visual Corridor 59th Street towards the Hudson River
  18. 18. Respecting Context The Copper Building, Stephen B Jacobs Avenue B at 13th Street
  19. 19. Context: LVMH Headquarters Christian de Portzamparc
  20. 20. Mixed Use Buildings Bloomberg Tower Cesar Pelli
  21. 21. Time Warner Center Skidmore, Owings and Merrill
  22. 22. One57 Christian de Portzamparc
  23. 23. Moderate Income Housing Williamsburg
  24. 24. Landmark Buildings Grand Central Station, 1871
  25. 25. The Plaza Hotel, 1907, converted in 2008 Henry Janeway Hardenbergh
  26. 26. Hearst Tower Built in 2006 over 1928 original Lord Norman Foster
  27. 27. Preserving the Theatre District Amsterdam Theatre, 1903
  28. 28. Upper East Side Brownstones Historic Districts limit height and floor area
  29. 29. Thank you!

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