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  • Mayor de Blasio announced that his administration secured 24,293 affordable apartments and homes in Fiscal Year 2017, the highest overall production since 1989.
  • The ten-year Housing New York plan to create or preserve 200,000 homes has financed a total of 77,651 affordable homes since January 2014.
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  • State of the City 2017 - This Is Your City
Housing New York: Three Years of Progress
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  • City officials release new report describing the policies and programs advancing the goals of the Mayor's housing plan.
  • Three years in, thoughtful reforms to policy and new programs have resulted in the financing of a record-breaking 62,506 affordable residences toward the ten-year 200,000 goal.
Mayor de Blasio Announces Major Progress Helping New Yorkers Afford Their Homes
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  • Three years into Mayor's housing plan: 41,600 families see rent-protection and needed reparis, 20,800 new affordable homes coming onlin for New Yorkers to rent.
  • Affordable housing in 2016 hits 25-year high.
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Housing New York

The Housing New York plan has financed 77,651 affordable homes since its inception in 2014 - breaking records for the most affordable housing produced in any three years in New York City's history.

New Yorkers can apply for affordable housing at nyc.gov/housingconnect or by calling 311.

Of the 24,293 homes financed this past Fiscal Year, which ended June 30, more than 40 percent are for families earning less than $43,000 a year, including more than 4,014 homes for families of three earning less than $26,000 a year.

For more information on the Housing New York numbers, visit the By the Numbers page.