In January, HUD delayed a federal rule requiring cities and states to assess whether their policies made housing segregation better or worse. But New York is going ahead with its own self-examination anyway.
HPD has awarded a bid to a Massachusetts developer to create 169 units of affordable housing on the site in Mott Haven.
Marc Bussanich and Jarrett Murphy |
What’s wrong with the city’s buses? What’s right with them?
‘Despite continued big talk, the mayor has taken baby steps, clearly more cosmetic than substantive in nature.’
The city is taking several steps to shore up housing options for aging New Yorkers. The question is whether those moves will offset the displacement pressures many feel.
Authors say that the nation’s current housing system fails communities and that political leaders must bring alternative models to scale.