The new Public Trust model would finally empower NYCHA to leverage debt, allowing it to deploy capital quickly, cut through antiquated procurement rules, and make tangibles improvements in the lives of hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers.


As you know, over the last few years we have spoken out regarding…


Across the country, we’re seeing housing prices rise, renters who are struggling to…


Rafael E. Cestero on The CPC Way Blog: A hold on evictions is one piece of the puzzle that helps keep people in their homes, but in order to alleviate the stress that is weighing on our economic system and threatening the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors, we need emergency rental assistance for those who are struggling to cover housing costs.


Over the past months the black community has suffered disproportionately from the impacts…


Instead of pitting renters and owners against each other in a time of crisis, we should be aligning our interests and pushing Congress to include rental assistance in the next stimulus package.


Dear Friends and Partners, I hope this note finds you well. I understand…


As the dust settles from the most significant rent reforms New York State has seen in decades, the affordable housing industry, in partnership with the City, must be ready to adjust to a new normal.


I recently came across a two-part question in Politico Magazine’s What Works section,…


Will New York’s housing stock be forever stuck in 2019?


The New York State Legislature has proposed big changes to our rent regulation laws with the intent of protecting tenants.