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The New York City Economic Development Corporation has proposed rezoning parts of Inwood, but is still discussing the proposal with community members.



Eight Things Developers Think About De Blasio’s Rezoning Strategy

We asked nine developers about rezonings, displacement and how they would solve the affordability crisis.

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When Rents Rise or Landlords Lash out, Undocumented NYers Have Fewer Options

Undocumented immigrants aren’t eligible for many forms of housing assistance and can be less likely to report landlord harassment. That could make them uniquely vulnerable to the displacement that can come from development.

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From Georgia to NYC: The Civil Rights Roots of Community Land Trusts

A new documentary looks at the rise, fall and rebirth of Georgia’s New Communities, Inc., which aimed to empower Black sharecroppers in the 1960s but might offer lessons for urban dwellers of today.

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With Inwood Rezoning Slowed, Attention Turns to Inwood Library Project

The City has proposed redeveloping the branch with rent-restricted housing and a new library space, but many stakeholders insist the land should not be sold to a private developer.

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