Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall
55 West 13th Street, Room I202, New York, NY 10011
Mayor de Blasio’s ambitious affordable housing agenda is at the heart of his administration’s pledge to rewrite “a tale of two cities.” During the coming months, Albany will be a policy battleground, but the true impact of this fight will be felt in the five boroughs where more than 2.3 million people live in rent-regulated housing and where demand for affordability is at an all-time high. What does the coming battle over renewing rent regulation laws and continuing tax breaks for developers portend for turning de Blasio’s vision into reality? Join a forum with leading officials, experts, and practitioners who will shed light on this question and more.
A conversation with:
Keith L.T. Wright, assemblymember, 70th District and chair, Committee on Housing, New York State Assembly @Wright4Harlem
Katie E. Goldstein, executive director, Tenants & Neighbors @katiegoldstein2
Joe Kohl-Riggs, director of acquisitions, The Hudson Companies @thehudsoncos
Mark Willis, executive director, NYU Furman Center @furmancenternyc
Clara Hemphill, interim-acting director, Center for NYC Affairs @ClaraHemphill
The Center for New York City Affairs presents an examination of Mayor Bill de Blasio's performance in key areas impacting New York City during his first year in office. Join our de Blasio series discussions this year using #deblasioseries and follow us @centernyc.