- Editor's Note
- Zoning as Design
- Towards A City of Cities
- The Future of the Zoning Resolution
- Zoning and Design Visualization
- Working with the City
- A Revolutionary Approach to Zoning
- Zoning the Next 100 Years… Or At Least 50
- Vision and Legitimacy: The Planning Basis of Zoning
- Happy 100th Birthday, NYC Zoning Resolution!
- Reflections on the 100th Anniversary of the NYC Zoning Resolution
- Regulating the Good You Can't Think Of
- Zoning for the 21st Century Metropolis
- The Zoning Resolution: A Work in Progress
- Zoning for Tomorrow
- Zoning and Design: It’s Complicated
- What’s Old Is New
- Zoning – The First 100 Years
- One Hundred Years of Zoning
- 100 Years of Zoning
- Related Links
Meditations on the 100th Anniversary of New York City’s Zoning Resolution
On July 25th, 1916, New York City passed the first comprehensive zoning law, forever changing how cities everywhere would be shaped. We asked leading thinkers and practitioners to reflect on:
- What has the last 100 years of zoning meant to New York City?
- How does zoning affect the City and your practice today?
- What will or should the next 100 years of zoning look like?
Creator & Editor: Jack L. Robbins, AIA
Co-chairs: Jack L. Robbins, AIA; Ernest Hutton, FAICP, Assoc AIA; Jeffrey Raven, FAIA; Jonathan Marvel, FAIA
The Planning and Urban Design Committee would like to thank all the authors, who generously contributed their time, expertise, and original writing.
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