One of the key responsibilities of the Borough President’s office is participation in ULURP – the city’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure.
ULURP is the city’s process for changes to zoning and other actions impacting land use. The Borough President participates throughout the process, reviews all applications, and weighs in with formal opinions – sounding the alarm on bad policy or improper decisions, identifying improvements, or formally approving when a proposal’s merits are overwhelming. The Borough President’s dedicated land use staff, independent of both the mayor’s administration and private development interests, scrutinizes applications on behalf of Manhattan residents.
Most applications are certified or referred out by the Department of City Planning, and then can be reviewed by the relevant Community Boards, the Borough Board (made up of Manhattan’s City Council members and Community Board chairs), the Borough President, the City Planning Commission, and then finally the City Council.
The links below are the official ULURP recommendations of the Manhattan Borough President. (To view ULURP recommendations from 2015–2021, click here.)
|Date||Project (PDF Download)||ULURP Application Number|
|07/06/2022||DEP Site – 705 10th Avenue||220340 HAM, N 220339 ZRM, 220338 ZSM, 220337 ZSM|
|04/13/2022||The Lirio – 806 9th Avenue||220219 ZRM, 220220 ZMM, 220221 ZSM, 220222 PPM, 220223 PQM, 220221 AZSM|
|03/16/2022||3 East 89th Street||C220174 ZSM|
|02/23/2022||One45/Museum of Civil Rights||C220134 ZMM, N220135 ZRM, C220136 ZSM, C220137 ZSM, N220138 ZCM, N220139 ZCM, C220142 ZSM, and N220143 ZCM|