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Sunset Park rezoning objections, High Line won't be walled off, & more

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Concerns about gentrification and displacement are at the heart of objections to Sunset Park's rezoning (Bklyner)

The developers of the next phase of Hudson Yards say they won't build a wall along the High Line, but preliminary drawings reportedly included one (Gothamist)

City neighborhoods with higher temperatures often have a history of race-based housing policies and subsequently more concrete and less greenery (NPR)

Lawmakers want to increase the value of rent vouchers given to homeless people who are transitioning to affordable housing (The Real Deal)

According to a study, NYC is the eighth most affordable large city in the U.S. when you consider transport and housing costs relative to income (Curbed NY)

The hassle-free home-selling process known as iBuying is on the rise in the U.S. but has not found a foothold in NYC (New York Times)