Mayor Sets Ambitious 10-Year Plan for Housing

On May 5, Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled a 10-year, $41.4 billion affordable housing plan for New York City. The plan outlines how the administration intends to create and preserve 200,000 units of affordable housing over the next 10 years. Of those, 80,000 will be new units and 120,000 will be preserved, and they will target a range of incomes, from extremely low to middle-class.

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