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NBC New York
Dangerous Arctic Blast, Subzero Wind Chills Freeze Tri-StateOfficials are warning residents to take precautions as an arctic cold front mov
Dangerous Arctic Blast, Subzero Wind Chills Freeze Tri-State
NBC New York / Posted 15 hours ago
Officials are warning residents to take precautions as an arctic cold front moves through the tri-state and drops temperatures to frigid lows that could make a polar bear shiver. Storm Team 4 is warning New York City residents to expect wind chills... Read more
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Times Newsweekly
Fourth time shouldn’t have been the charm Three times before last week, the city considered a contract making a tempora
Fourth time shouldn’t have been the charm
Times Newsweekly / Posted yesterday
Three times before last week, the city considered a contract making a temporary homeless shelter in Elmhurst permanent — and each time, City Comptroller Scott Stringer turned the contract down. He had good... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Union labor for construction is far more expensive than originally estimatedUnion labor is even more expensive than originally estimated, a new report foun
Union labor for construction is far more expensive than originally estimated
Crain's New York Business / Posted 4 days ago
Union labor is even more expensive than originally estimated, a new report found. Using union labor to build affordable housing under the mayor's ambitious program will be almost twice as costly as previously estimated. The bottom line: 23% more,... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Fate of de Blasio housing program in doubt after council hearingCity Councilman Mark Levine is among the council members calling for more affor
Fate of de Blasio housing program in doubt after council hearing
Crain's New York Business / Posted 4 days ago
City Councilman Mark Levine is among the council members calling for more affordability in the mayor's housing plan. The de Blasio administration and City Council members wrestled to a standstill over the mayor's proposal to boost affordable-housing... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Council members call for changes to de Blasio housing planCity Councilman Mark Levine is among the council members calling for more affor
Council members call for changes to de Blasio housing plan
Crain's New York Business / Posted 4 days ago
City Councilman Mark Levine is among the council members calling for more affordability in the mayor's housing plan. The de Blasio administration and City Council members wrestled to a standstill over the mayor's proposal to boost affordable-housing... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Council members call for changes to de Blasio housing planCity Councilman Mark Levine is among the council members calling for more affor
Council members call for changes to de Blasio housing plan
Crain's New York Business / Posted 4 days ago
City Councilman Mark Levine is among the council members calling for more affordability in the mayor's housing plan. The de Blasio administration and City Council members wrestled to a standstill over the mayor's proposal to boost affordable-housing... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Union labor for housing even more expensive than originally estimatedUnion labor is even more expensive than originally estimated, a new report foun
Union labor for housing even more expensive than originally estimated
Crain's New York Business / Posted 4 days ago
Union labor is even more expensive than originally estimated, a new report found. Using union labor to build affordable housing under the mayor's ambitious program will be almost twice as costly as previously estimated. The bottom line: 23% more,... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Deputy mayor floats compromise on affordable housing planAmid criticism that its affordable housing plan will produce apartments too exp
Deputy mayor floats compromise on affordable housing plan
Crain's New York Business / Posted 4 days ago
Amid criticism that its affordable housing plan will produce apartments too expensive for the poor, the de Blasio administration has offered a glimpse of a potential compromise to guarantee more low-income units. But absent more subsidies, it could... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Deputy mayor floats compromise on affordable housing planAmid criticism that its affordable housing plan will produce apartments too exp
Deputy mayor floats compromise on affordable housing plan
Crain's New York Business / Posted 5 days ago
Amid criticism that its affordable housing plan will produce apartments too expensive for the poor, the de Blasio administration has offered a glimpse of a potential compromise to guarantee more low-income units. But absent more subsidies, it could... Read more
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DNA Info
Developers of Park Slope Key Food Site to Unveil PlansDevelopers Avery Hall Investments are planning a residential and commercial pro
Developers of Park Slope Key Food Site to Unveil Plans
DNA Info / Posted 12 days ago
Developers Avery Hall Investments are planning a residential and commercial project at 120 Fifth Ave. in Park Slope. If the development moves forward as planned, it will include some affordable housing units, a spokesman for Avery Hall Investments... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Don't fret, de Blasio's zoning plan makes senseFor months, communities and politicians have debated the merits of Mayor Bill d
Don't fret, de Blasio's zoning plan makes sense
Crain's New York Business / Posted 25 days ago
For months, communities and politicians have debated the merits of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposed zoning changes. Opponents believe that density, development and changes to certain zoning requirements will increase displacement of working-class New... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Be not afraid: de Blasio's zoning plan makes senseFor months, communities and politicians have debated the merits of Mayor Bill d
Be not afraid: de Blasio's zoning plan makes sense
Crain's New York Business / Posted 26 days ago
For months, communities and politicians have debated the merits of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s proposed zoning changes. Opponents believe that density, development and changes to certain zoning requirements will increase displacement of working-class New... Read more
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DNA Info
Affordable Housing Nonprofit Selling Land to Pay Off Hurricane Sandy DebtCOLUMBIA STREET WATERFRONT DISTRICT — An affordable housing nonprofit seeking p
Affordable Housing Nonprofit Selling Land to Pay Off Hurricane Sandy Debt
DNA Info / Posted 29 days ago
COLUMBIA STREET WATERFRONT DISTRICT — An affordable housing nonprofit seeking permission to sell a Columbia Street lot for $1.6 million needs the first $70,000 of the proceeds to pay off Hurricane Sandy debts, the group's executive director told... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Prevailing wage for affordable housing construction would be a bargain for the cityNew York City is undeniably experiencing an affordable housing crisis. To comba
Prevailing wage for affordable housing construction would be a bargain for the city
Crain's New York Business / Posted 30 days ago
New York City is undeniably experiencing an affordable housing crisis. To combat this problem, each year the city provides hundreds of millions of dollars in grants and low-interest loans to developers building affordable housing. The city has... Read more

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