AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HISTORIC PRESERVATION: A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

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The affordable housing crisis in New York has impacted the entire city.
As activists concerned with maintaining and nourishing NYC’s diverse neighborhoods, we ask you to join us in taking back this important public conversation about affordable housing and neighborhood preservation from the real estate lobbyists.

Tuesday, September 16th
6:00pm
Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, 2nd Floor
55 West 13th Street, Room I202
New York, NY 10011

This event is full 

For questions, contact bharmon@hdc.org

Speakers:
Hon. Gale Brewer, Manhattan Borough President

Councilmember Rosie Mendez, District 2, Manhattan

Harvey Epstein, Project Director of the Community Development Project of the Urban Justice Center and NYC Rent Guidelines Board Member

Nadine Maleh, Director of the Inspiring Places program at Community Solutions

Rachel Meltzer, Assistant Professor of Urban Policy at The New School

Moderated by:
Andrew Berman, Executive Director of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

 

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Community Co-Sponsors:

Friends of Sunset Park
Ron Schweiger- Brooklyn Borough Historian
Coalition To Save The East Village
Morningside Heights Historic District Committee
Friends of Brook Park
Bowery Alliance of Neighbors
Fort Independence Park Neighborhood Association
Fiske Terrace Association
Sunnyside Gardens Preservation Alliance
WE ACT for Environmental Justice, Inc
Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy
Friends of Petrosino Square
Friends of West Park
Crown Heights North Association
Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts
Prospect Park East Network
10th & Stuyvesant Streets Block Association
Flatbush Development Corporation
Greenwich Village Community Task Force
Murray Hill Neighborhood Association
Lefferts Manor Association
Hamilton Heights – West Harlem Community
Preservation Organization
Friends of the Lower East Side

 

 

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