3 thoughts on “Boom and Bust Have Gone, But ‘Predatory Equity’ Remains a Housing Threat, Say Advocates

  1. That is the Mayor’s MO—he claims he is protecting rent stabilized tenants–then the city sponsors large luxury buildings whose presence “subtly” encourages landlords in neighboring apartments to harass low paying tenants out. But no candidate for Mayor has emerged with a more intense fight predatory equity. So the many groups spreading up all over the city that are enraged by the Mayor’s policies and inflexibility will have to fend for themselves in the next four years.

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