A fifth of apartments at the 111th street project will be for families making below $24,480, and one fourth of units will be permanently rent-restricted.
Energized that the city is expressing interest in the model of community-based, nonprofit ownership of land for affordable housing and other uses, groups who back the approach are trying to transform its constituency from wonky to widespread.
New York City transit has tried new methods for letting passengers know when to expect buses to arrive. But a series of observations in the Bronx this fall shows that those methods still leave people hanging.
Trump can’t cut services for New Yorkers without the acquiescence of Cuomo and de Blasio – working together, the governor and mayor could prevent Washington austerity from harming us.