Just 11 percent of affordable units created by de Blasio targets earners under $30K, a report says. View Full Caption
MANHATTAN — With the city’s homelessness crisis unabated, housing advocates are asking why most of the units created or preserved under Mayor Bill de Blasio’s affordable housing plan fail to target the city’s low-income New Yorkers who need help the most.
The de Blasio administration has developed or preserved more than 77,650 units of “affordable” housing in the past four years as it works toward its 200,000-unit goal.
So far, however, just 11,000 of those units| This post is an excerpt. Click here to read the full post. |