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    New York Housing officials joined The Arker Companies and partners to celebrate the preservation of 178 units of affordable housing in Staten Island.

    The $38 million preservation effort will maintain affordability for Elbee Gardens residents for an additional 30 years.

HPD Announces Development Plans For Over 400 Units of Homeownership and Rental O
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    HPD announces development plans for over 400 units of homeownership and rental opportunities on 67 small vacant City-owned lots in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and The Bronx.

    This delivers on promises to put small underused lots of land throughout New York City to productive use as affordable housing.

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    Enterprise awarded the grant to fund four initiatives citywide, including a new CLT to promote affordable homeownership in southeast Queens and Brooklyn.

    A CLT is a not-for-profit organization formed to own land and maintain control and oversight of houses or rental buildings located on the land.

     

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    Mayor Bill 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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