By the Numbers: Gentrification

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Monday, May 9, 2016
Organized by the NYU Furman Fixate Realty as well as Urban Policy

This event noted the launch of the Furman Center’s State of New York City’s Housing and also Neighborhoods in 2015 report.

Sight the report: http://furmancenter.org/thestoop/entry/state-of-new-york-citys-housing-and-neighborhoods-in-2015

This year’s program concentrated on gentrification, including how New York City’s low-income neighborhoods have actually transformed given that 1990 in terms of revenue, housing stock, demographics, lease degrees, and also race. The panel discussion discovered whether and also just how cities with rapidly-rising rental fees ought to respond to such changes.

Panelists:

Laura Kusisto (Moderator), National Housing Reporter, Wall Street Journal
Colvin Grannum, President & Chief Executive Officer, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation
Brad Lander, New York City Council Member, District 39
Kathy O’Regan, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development as well as Research, US Department of Housing and also Urban Development
Debbie Wright, Senior Fellow, Economic Opportunity and also Assets, Ford Foundation