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Description: In 1986, a New York zoning activist made a startling discovery: A newly constructed building was over a dozen floors too high. What followed was one of the strangest outcomes in the history of big-city housing.


Date: Feb 03, 2023


Questions for discussion:

  • What does the article say about the working relationship between city governments and real estate developers?
  • Was there a better decision to be made in the case of the Parkview?
  • Do you think there should be greater and stricter regulation or less? Explain your thinking.