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CurbedWire: A Lot of Action at SHoP, Rezoning Sunset Park

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NOLITA?The wavy SHoP Architect's building at Mulberry and Houston Street may have been slow to get going, but just look at it now. Today's highlight at 290 Mulberry was one of those bendy cranes. The tipster that sent the photo, writes: "It has the most workers per square foot in Soho. Roof deck and million dollar views (which doesn't mean much in NYC) lost forever." That's a lot of workers. [CurbedWire Inbox]

SUNSET PARK?The latest Brooklyn rezoning proposal was rolled out at a packed community meeting last night. About three-fourths of the territory covered (side streets) will be downzoned to allow a maximum of 40 to 50 feet. The Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Avenue corridors will be upzoned to allow buildings up to eight stories tall. The area covered goes from 29th Street to 64th Street and the rezone has an affordable housing component. A long review process with tweaks to follow. [CurbedWire Inbox]