Democratizing the urban planning process

If you’ve lived in New York City any length of time, it might have happened to you: you get word that a big-name developer plans to erect a new high-rise building right on your block that will dwarf those around it or you hear gossip that a popular local restaurant has applied for permission to add an outdoor space that will significantly increase the noise levels in the neighborhood.

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