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Here’s how losing NYCHA units would impact the city’s housing market: RPA report

Here’s how losing NYCHA units would impact the city’s housing market: RPA report

If New York City loses even just a third of its public housing, it would displace more than 100,000...

Here’s how losing NYCHA units would impact the city’s housing market: RPA report
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Hillary to big RE firms: Tell your White House contacts they need to support Gateway

Hillary Clinton had a special message Friday for the real estate industry’s bigwigs, some of whom sponsored the conference...

Hillary to big RE firms: Tell your White House contacts they need to support Gateway
NYC isn’t building enough residential density near transit: report

NYC isn’t building enough residential density near transit: report

New York City isn’t taking full advantage of its transit infrastructure when it comes to housing density along transportation...

NYC isn’t building enough residential density near transit: report
Can lifting a size cap on residential buildings create more affordable housing?

Can lifting a size cap on residential buildings create more affordable housing?

A new report recommends axing a law that restricts the size of residential buildings as an avenue for creating...

Can lifting a size cap on residential buildings create more affordable housing?
RPA dreams up $10B ideas for two major NYC infrastructure projects

RPA dreams up $10B ideas for two major NYC infrastructure projects

The Regional Planning Association has pitched two major transit projects aimed at coping with an influx of commuters and...

RPA dreams up $10B ideas for two major NYC infrastructure projects
As a paragon of density, 432 Park falls short: RPA

As a paragon of density, 432 Park falls short: RPA

Is 432 Park Avenue adding much to New York City’s density? That may seem like a trivial question, given...

As a paragon of density, 432 Park falls short: RPA
Robert Yaro

Longtime president of Regional Plan Association to retire

Robert Yaro is retiring from the Regional Plan Association. Thomas Wright, the nonprofit organization’s executive director, will succeed Yaro...

Longtime president of Regional Plan Association to retire
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Penn Station revamp key to revitalizing Midtown West: report

Madison Square Garden should be shifted to an alternate site in order to allow Penn Station to expand and...

Penn Station revamp key to revitalizing Midtown West: report
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Construction union agreements not a solution to higher labor costs: opinion

Labor costs for unionized construction workers continue to exceed those of their nonunionized counterparts, and project labor agreements —...

Construction union agreements not a solution to higher labor costs: opinion
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East Harlem could lose thousands of affordable units, study reveals

East Harlem will lose thousands of affordable housing units by the year 2040, as one-third of the 40,500 subsidized...

East Harlem could lose thousands of affordable units, study reveals
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