NYC Seeks to Turn Unsold Condos into Affordable Units
Unsold condominiums, unrented apartments, and stalled construction sites will be turned into affordable housing under a new program launched by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD).
Harlem Project Opens to Low-Income Residents
New York City—Lott Community Development Corp. recently celebrated the opening of All Saints Housing, a new three-building development in East Harlem
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Bon Jovi Steps Up for Housing
ROCKER JON BON JOVI is helping to build 51 affordable units with support for lowincome and special-needs residents in Newark, N.J.
N.Y. Unveils New Poverty Measure
DESCRIBING THE FEDERAL POVERTY MEASURE as “broken,” New York City officials have come up with their own model, becoming the first local government in the nation to reformulate the 40-year-old system of gauging poverty.
IES Merges Mid-Hudson Section into New York City Section
The IES announces the merger of the Mid-Hudson Section into the IESNYC.
Conduits Still Down for the Count
New York City—No one seems to be able to close a multifamily conduit loan.
“This Way” Brooklyn Bridge Installation
The result of a competition that was commissioned by New York City's Percent for Art Program and the DUMBO Business Improvement District to commemorate the Brooklyn Bridge's 125th anniversary, the art installation, titled “This Way,” illuminates and directs visitors to the DUMBO entrance of the...
New York City —Even in a slow economy, it's hard to find prime sites in big cities, as many of the best blocks are already spoken for.
High Rents and Low Vacancy in NYC
New York City—This February, workers started building a 369-unit apartment tower overlooking the Hudson railyards here.