I'm not a fan of aggressive government intrusion to "balance" things out, but Bloomberg took this city way too far in one direction and now it's push-back time, understandably. 200,000 units of affordable housing is the goal with De Blasio. I hope he considers saving the affordable housing that exists, but is lessening, in PCVST. Much cheaper to save what's there, than to build from scratch. (Though there is no job creation in doing that, of course.)
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