Last week, the City Planning Commission certified a text amendment to the recently-approved and hotly contested rezoning of 125th Street in Harlem. According to DCP, the proposed change, “responds to concerns expressed by the community and elected officials throughout the 125th Street Rezoning public review process.”

The amendment focuses on FAR and hight regulations, lowering the maximum allowable FAR from 12 to 8.65 and the maximum allowable building height from 290 ft. to 195 ft. Check out all the details here. The proposal has been sent to Community Board 10 for review.