affordable housing

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Brownsville »

Affordable housing developers support a zoning plan to eliminate parking mandates for their projects.

East New York »

The mayor tried to allay fears that his planned rezoning would push out long-time residents.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The applicants are vying for affordable units in Sky, a luxury residential tower on 42nd Street. 

West Harlem »

The nonprofit sent NYCHA a letter of interest to build affordable housing units on NYCHA property.

Fort Greene »

Much of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill could grow by much as 30 feet under a proposed change.

Nolita »

The chair warned HPD about continuing to ignore his effort to discuss their plan to build on the garden.

Clinton Hill »

Rezonings will affect building height requirements and affordable housing deals.

Greenwich Village »

A DNAinfo article complicated an already contentious affordable housing fight.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city is accepting applications through Nov. 10 for the apartments.

Nolita »

Controversy is mounting over a plan to build affordable housing for seniors on a community garden.

West Farms »

The plan would tear down the Lambert Houses and replace them with new affordable housing and retail.

Downtown Brooklyn »

A coalition of community members says the mayor's affordable housing plan falls short.

Williamsburg »

The 19 units are part of a new, seven-story building at 223 N. Eighth St.

Greenwich Village »

The source of data used in a recent pro-development report says lobbyists used his data incorrectly.

Yorkville »

NYCHA should not be using its land to create market-rate apartments, local pols say.