affordable housing

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East New York »

Brooklyn Community Board 16 voted against the neighborhood rezoning plans with several suggestions.

Lower East Side »

Community Board 3 voted against Mayor Bill de Blasio's affordable housing plan during a Nov. 24 meeting.

Long Island City »

The next phase of construction will include building infrastructure like sewers, roads and sidewalks.

Long Island City »

Jimmy Van Bramer wants to penalize affordable housing tenants for renting out their homes.

Hamilton Heights »

There are more than 150 buildings in the city's program to create affordable homeownership in the city.

Hudson Square »

70 Charlton was the first residential building to break ground after the 2013 Hudson Square rezoning.

Boerum Hill »

Led by advocacy group F.U.R.E.E., tenants are demanding a seat at the table during the planning process.

Windsor Terrace »

Community Board 7 will review two city proposals aimed at creating more affordable housing.

Long Island City »

The board recommended Thursday against two citywide zoning text amendments.

East Harlem »

The community board will vote on the proposed zoning text amendment on November 17.

Central Harlem »

The term has become a misnomer, according to state Sen. Bill Perkins.

Bed-Stuy »

Activists called for better wages for workers constructing affordable housing during a rally Wednesday.

Far Rockaway »

More than two-thirds of Queens' affordable housing will be built on the Rockaway peninsula.

Bed-Stuy »

The six-story building on the corner of Throop and Park avenues would have studios for $907 a month.

Ridgewood »

The sale was ordered by a bankruptcy court to help settle previous debts.