Analysis finds NYC housing doesn't always match needs

03/5/2013 | National Housing Institute/Rooflines blog

In looking in-depth at New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's New Housing Marketplace Program, the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development found that all affordable housing is counted equally, despite sometimes vast differences in the units. In addition, some "affordable" housing units are not actually affordable in the neighborhoods where they are located. In a new report, the organization breaks down how well the program matches needs in four areas: depth of affordability, length of affordability, location and household size.

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