New York City's Planning Commission has begun public hearings on rezoning for the city's plan to build 7,500 homes in proximity to new Metro-North stations that are under construction in the Bronx.

Four new train stations are being built along an extension of the New Haven line that will connect Metro-North service to Penn Station, an MTA project known Penn Access.

Last year, Mayor Eric Adams proposed the rezoning of large swaths in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx to permit residential development as part of his "Moonshot" plan to build 500K new housing units in NYC in the coming decade.

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