With NYCHA Under Attack, Can An Ex-Le...

With NYCHA Under Attack, Can An Ex-Lehman Banker Save Public Housing?

There are 1 comment on the The New York Observer story from Sep 5, 2012, titled With NYCHA Under Attack, Can An Ex-Lehman Banker Save Public Housing?. In it, The New York Observer reports that:

Stepping off the elevator on the 12th floor of 250 Broadway, you pass by a dozen photographs of idyllic, almost bucolic housing projects.

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#1 Sep 5, 2012
Public housing, the double edged knife. Not sure why this was in Seattle News, but meh. Public housing is a very messy situation, primarily because of the gap between livable wages and poverty, making it necessary but then the property owners take advantage of it by raising their rental costs widening the divide even more.

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