“Can Stuyvesant Town Be Saved for Affordable Housing?”

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Originally designed as low-income accommodations, Stuyvesant Town was sold in 2006 and marketed as the next wave of luxe East Village condos. Rafael Cestero, commissioner of the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, leads a panel discussion on what Stuy Town’s fate means for affordable housing in NYC.

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Event phone: 917-492-3395
Event website: http://mcny.org
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