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April 4, 2017
A glimpse into the weird and wonderful collection of Second Story’s Allan Stypeck

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April 4, 2017
Habitat NYC Brings Affordability to Brooklyn

New York—Habitat for Humanity New York City acquired land at the intersections of Park Place, Thomas S. Boyland Street and East New York Avenue in the Brownville neighborhood of Brooklyn, for a new $11 million, three-building affordable development dubbed SEED. Latent Productions is co-developer, while New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR), New York City […]

April 4, 2017
Nonprofits Join Up to Increase Affordable Housing Heft

As New York City experienced rampant arson and neighborhoods saw continued disinvestment in the 1970s, many residents stayed and stuck it out — even as landlords abandoned them. They organized and began working with the city to take over foreclosed and neglected properties, transferring them to nonprofit community development corporations to stabilize neighborhoods and preserve […]