New York needs more affordable housing. But with no place to go but up, what happens to the communities underneath?
Al Lewis grew up in Brooklyn, but after years of crime, drug addiction, homelessness and prison he’s getting a fresh start. This time in The Bronx, at 72.
Bronx community members got together last night to discuss the implications of rezoning Jerome Avenue and what affordable housing really means
The Bronx is a borough in constant transition. With an influx of new immigrants from the Dominican Republic and Ghana as well as transplants from Manhattan, Brooklyn,… Read more “Living Together and Apart”