NEW YORK | Broadway Junction

Continuing the discussion from NEW YORK | East New York Rezoning - Atlantic Avenue Corridor:

At the center of the potential rezoning is a reimagined Broadway Junction that would anchor a revitalized neighborhood, according to a city planning report. Under the plan, Broadway Junction — which has five subway lines and a Long Island Rail Road collection — would be redeveloped similarly to the Atlantic Terminal at the edge of Downtown Brooklyn.

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Would be massive for the area. Great stuff.

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Yes, please. Bring it on!

Broadway Junction is the perfect location for high density development. Huge transit hub, with multiple subway lines and LIRR.

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Of course the NIMBYS are back at it again, this time against the proposed developments in Broadway Junction. If you’ve ever been to that general area, you know it’s blighted and is in need of a massive sprinkle of revitalization.

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Here goes new development in the Broadway Junction area. This thing rose quickly. The area around Bway Junction will soon be developed as a new epicenter of business and residential, of sorts.



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Expect massive development in the surrounding area in the coming years.

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“with groundbreaking anticipated in 2027 and completion by 2030.”

Idk why it takes two years to break ground, NYC is so slow at starting up rezoning and development. Lol

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„ The rezoning application also calls for four new buildings ranging between 20 and 30 stories high, spanning nearly 1.7 million square feet. If approved, the project would include 248,000 square feet of retail space and 748,000 square feet of office space as well. Building heights and affordability levels will be negotiated upon with the community during the rezoning process, with the former expected to be a major area of concern for the community.

The formal land use process isn’t expected to begin until 2025, while the land use process and environmental review would finish some time in 2026. Construction would last at least a decade and would consist of four separate phases.“

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