People on Blake Avenue say their No. 1 campaign concern is crime. But their worry seems to be more about whether young people are on the wrong track.
Produced in close concert with advocates, the mayor’s 2004 initiative aimed for a paradigm shift in how the city approached homelessness. And it aimed to achieve it in record time.
While some agree that the plan has financial merit, others fear the social costs of mixing incomes in NYCHA neighborhoods. The authority’s chairman sees it as a win-win.
In this week’s episode of MetroFocus, we feature a video report about the impact of Sandy on New York’s historic South Street Seaport from two Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism students.
In this week’s episode of MetroFocus, anchor Rafael Pi Roman interviews Vin Cipolla, President of the Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS), on the proposed rezoning of the East Midtown neighborhood.
City Limits and Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness Host Animated Panel on Poverty
Mayor Bloomberg laid out an innovative apartment prototype to create affordable, though micro, housing options for a growing number of low-and-middle income New Yorkers.