An ever-increasing income disparity, high rents and chronic shortage of apartments make affordable housing elusive for many New Yorkers. The rush to develop in an effort to remedy this shortage poses its own risk of changing the fabric of neighborhoods irreversibly. Here’s a look at the 10th largest city in the U.S.: the Bronx.
New York needs more affordable housing. But with no place to go but up, what happens to the communities underneath?
Bronx community members got together last night to discuss the implications of rezoning Jerome Avenue and what affordable housing really means