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YIMBYYes In My Backyard
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(39.) Kriston Capps, "2018 Was the Year of the YIMBY," CityLab, December 28, 2018, https://www.citylab.com/equity/2018/12/single-family-housing-zoning-nimby-yimby-minneapolis/577750/.
Here in New York, YIMBY advocates are stepping up and joining the nationwide movement to fight for greater density and smarter urban planning.
(223) The positive externalities created by green spaces can create the opposite YIMBY (Yes In My Back Yard) phenomenon, in which property owners will seek the nearby location of the socially beneficial land uses.
McAvoy proposes a YIMBY ("Yes, In Many Back Yards") strategy by transferring the issue from federal and state levels to local levels.
The tower, which stands 361 feet tall, topped out in August of last year, according to a previous report from New York YIMBY. It is expected welcome residents sometime this year, according to BKSK Architects, which designed the tower.
That in turn has sparked a countermovement of YIMBY ("yes in my backyard") groups that believe the solution is to build, build, build.
Last month, there was a town hall meeting called YIMBY - Yes In My Back Yard.
That proposal was rejected, according to New York YIMBY. Later that year, Einhom filed another application for a 14-story building with 24 apartments.