DH.com:Nearly 50,000 East New York Residents Will Face Displacement with City’s Rezoning Plan

East New York Public Housing Photo: images.realtytoday.com New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s bold plan to build 200,000 affordable units in New York City over the next ten years was designed to serve as a protective measure against resident displacement. Unfortunately, it’s turning out that the one-size-fits-all prophylactic it was intended for may do more harm than good. First, let’s look at the Read More

Inwood Library to Be Sold to Developer for Affordable Housing, City Says

By Carolina Pichardo | January 6, 2017 9:27pm @c_pichardo TwitterFacebookEmailMore The Inwood Library is slated to get torn down and rebuilt with 100 percent affordable housing, officials said.View Full Caption DNAinfo/Carolina Pichardo INWOOD — The city plans to demolish the Inwood library and sell the property to a developer to build a new tower with 100 Read More