What Issues Should REBNY Be Fighting For?

“There are a lot of neighborhoods throughout the boroughs that have transit—subway or LIRR or Staten Island Railroad—and they’re zoned like they’re in northern Connecticut as opposed to New York City,” said Moses Gates, the director of community planning at the Regional Plan Association. “Looking at those neighborhoods as a whole, ones that are very low density in character, wealthier than average and yet have transit opportunities and job opportunities and infrastructure that you don’t find in the suburbs, that’s where I think we should be looking at ‘How do we add housing and affordable housing?’ That’s what REBNY should be thinking about also.”

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