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Community Preference Policy in NYC

Community Preference is a longstanding New York City policy that reserves 50 percent of the units in certain subsidized affordable housing developments for residents of the local Community District. The policy is the subject of...

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The Neighborhood Stress Test

CHPC has released a new report that sets a foundation for our Aspirational Neighborhoods initiative. The Neighborhood Stress Test identifies a method for policymakers to focus the attention and resources of government on the...

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Revisit: Prevailing Wage Report

As time goes on, we continue to see the increased importance of considering how prevailing wage could affect affordable housing. In 2008, CHPC released a report called Prevailing Wisdom:The Potential Impact of Prevailing Wages....

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Since 1937, CHPC’s mission has been to develop and advance practical public policies to support the housing stock of the city by better understanding New York’s most pressing housing and neighborhood needs. Our work brings clarity to NYC’s housing issues by presenting research in relatable and engaging mediums.

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