Site Zoning Analysis and Project Design-Feasibility Study for Affordable Housing Development

Shakespeare Gordon Vlado Architects & Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York

October 16, 2019 - 10:00am to 12:30pm

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Just How Important Are They For Your Affordable Housing Development Project?

How big can I build and how much will it cost? In order to begin a new affordable housing project, a thorough zoning analysis and project design massing study are needed in order to determine the permissible size, height and use of buildings, as well as the potential costs of construction.  Knowing how to interpret NYC’s zoning statute, the Zoning Resolution, is essential to analyze the development potential of your real estate project in NYC.  

This class covers zoning requirements and zoning maps; use regulations; yard regulations; Floor Air Ratio (F.A.R.) limitations and requirements, and bulk regulations; open space requirements; building height, setback and building envelope; building accessories; parking, sprinkler requirements and egress analysis, as well as the essentials and components of a sound feasibility study.

The class also offers a developer’s perspective on how the zoning and feasibility data informs and impacts the project including construction costs and affordability, construction schedule and design issues, etc.

Presented by: Amy Shakespeare, Principal, AIA LEED and Nicole Vldao, Principal, AIA LEED, Shakespeare Gordon Vlado Architects (SGV:A); and Drew Kiriazides, Associate Director, Catholic Homes New York, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York

ANHD

50 Broad Street, Suite 1402

New York, NY 10004