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NEW YORK CITY-Several weeks ago, Eldad Gothelf, a senior planning and development specialist and a member of the Herrick, Feinstein Land Use Group, penned a piece for GlobeSt.com on his vision for zoning in the city. Framed in the context of the 50th anniversary of the 1961 Zoning Resolution, Gothelf outlined several key concepts to keep New York City vibrant in the future. GlobeSt.com caught up with him to follow up on these concepts and to find out why he advocates for bigger, taller buildings and more conservative landmark preservation.

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