Apartments for homeless sit empty, $5 billion for affordable housing, & more

By Emily Myers | April 28, 2022 - 11:00AM

Austin Havens-Bowen for Brick Underground

City lawmakers want to know why thousands of apartments set aside for homeless New Yorkers are vacant (New York Post)

Mayor Eric Adams pledges an additional $5 billion towards affordable housing over the next decade in his first State of the City address (The Real Deal via Crains)

Co-op board members vent about the cost of complying with new energy efficiency rules under Local Law 97 (Habitat Magazine)

New York tops a list of most expensive cities for roommates in the U.S., followed by San Francisco and L.A., according to SpareRoom (press release) 

An affordable housing lottery launches for 225 apartments at River Crest, a 17-story mixed-use building at 1164 River Ave. in the Bronx (New York YIMBY)

How curb appeal can affect resident morale as well as prices (Cooperator News)


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