Zoning

Mayor de Blasio Calls for Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning
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Mayor de Blasio Calls for Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning

Calling for better ways to create affordable housing in New York City, Mayor Bill... More

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Next Round of Promise Zones Announced

The second-round deadline is Nov. 21. More

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NYC Development Proposes Separate Door For the Poor

Plans to have one entrance for the poor and another for the rich at a New York City development are striking a nerve. More

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Homelessness Council's New Director Has Hope for Initiatives at All Levels Homelessness Council's New Director Has Hope for Initiatives at All Levels

Laura Green Zeilinger, executive director of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, explains why and how local, state, and national programs to end homelessness are making a difference in people's lives. More

Senate Confirms Castro to HUD Post
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Senate Confirms Castro to HUD Post

The Senate easily confirms Julian Castro's nomination, voting 71-26. More

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Cisnernos Praises Possible HUD Pick

Henry Cisneros, former HUD secretary and mayor of San Antonio, discusses why a certain other San Antonio mayor would make a good housing chief. More

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Affordable Apartments Decline in NYC

A new study reveals that New York City lost 385,000 units, or nearly 40 percent of its affordable apartments, between 2002 and 2011. More

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First Five Promise Zones Selected

The White House has named five Promise Zones. Each community will take part in a comprehensive revitalization effort. More

Deadline Nears for GO Zone Projects
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Deadline Nears for GO Zone Projects

Billions of dollars in federal grants and tax incentives flowed to the Gulf Coast... More

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NMTC, GO Zone Deadline Extended

The New Markets Tax Credit program has been extended for two years under a tax package signed by President Barack Obama. More

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