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Affordable Housing

  1. rent

    Game Clock Ticking on Affordable Housing at Brooklyn’s Pacific Park

    Local watchdogs doubt the sprawling development that includes Barclays Center will reach the goal of 2,250 low-rent apartments by 2025.

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  2. zone defense

    Two Bridges Falling Down as Judge Knocks LES Towers Plan

    A judge ruled the de Blasio administration was out of bounds when it sidestepped the land use review process for the waterfront megadevelopment.

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  3. zone defense

    Court Knocks Out Building Block of Lower East Side Stacked Tower

    Local opponents of the Two Bridges project hope setback for developer will buy them time to limit skyscrapers on the waterfront.

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  4. affordable housing

    Staten Island Revamp Advances Without $3,000 ‘Affordable’ Rents

    Bay Street rezoning, approved by a City Council committee Thursday, yields a pledge to rebuild collapsed rec center, add schools and fix sewer system.

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    REDACTED: The Racial Data the de Blasio Administration Doesn’t Want You to See

    City Hall hopes to keep certain studies that use city data secret. The subject: Whether the affordable housing lottery fosters segregation.

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  6. rent reform

    Landlords’ New Gambit: Teaming with Tenant Advocates on Rent Subsidies Push

    The real estate lobby backs new housing aid for the poor — seeking a bargaining chip as a firmly Democratic legislature tackles rent-law reforms.

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  7. rent

    No $3,000-a-Month ‘Affordable’ Rentals for Staten Island, Lawmaker Vows

    Councilmember Debi Rose pledges to veto high-rent housing Borough President Jimmy Oddo is pushing as part of the mayor’s planned Bay Street overhaul.

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    More Market-Rate Apartments Eyed for Lower East Side Public Housing Site

    The city envisions a 35- to 45-story high-rise on the grounds of the La Guardia Houses – the latest bid to raise money for NYCHA fixes.

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  9. flat rate

    ‘Affordable’ Apartments – at $3,000 a Month – Loom for Staten Island

    A key vote is set for Monday on a project that could count high-end housing toward the mayor’s goal of 300,000 affordable flats.

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    Long-Delayed Development at NYCHA Site Pulled After 14 Years

    Talk of affordable housing construction on land at Harborview Terrace in Hell’s Kitchen began with the 2005 Hudson Yards deal.

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