Mayor de Blasio Announces $2.6 Billion Investment to Create 15,000 New Units of Supportive Housing
Please join us in THANKING the Mayor for his historic pledge.
Mayor de Blasio, with Senator Martin Golden (left) and First Lady Chirlane McCray (right) announcing
$2.6 billion investment in supportive housing for NYC.
We are relishing in the Mayor’s commitment, announced last week, to fund the largest contribution to supportive housing in history.
On November 18, Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled an unprecedented investment of 2.6 billion dollars to create 15,000 new units of supportive housing over the next 15 years. Please join us in THANKING him for his historic pledge. Press releases from the Mayor's Office are here.
We now look forward to the Governor's proposal matching and extending this commitment, creating a total of 35,000 supportive apartments across New York State: a monumental achievement.
Now is the time to show our support for the Mayor's announcement and to encourage the City Council to pass a resolution calling for a full 35,000 units statewide.
Coverage of the announcement can be found here:
New York Times: Tackling the Homelessness Crisis, Without Mr. Cuomo
Capital New York: De Blasio Moves First on ‘Supportive Housing,’ Challenging Cuomo
New York Post: City creating 15K units of supportive housing
Gotham Gazette: Pressure Shifts to Cuomo as De Blasio Announces Supportive Housing Plan
New York Times: De Blasio Unveils Plan to Create 15,000 Units of Housing
New York Daily News: Bill puts up the money
New York Daily News: Mayor de Blasio announces $2.6B supportive housing plan for NYC – without support of state
PBS Newshour: LA, NYC mayors announce new programs to tackle rising number of homelessness
WNYC: City to Build Housing for the Homeless But Without State Help
Vice News: New York Just Committed $2.6 Billion to Housing the Homeless
Realty Today: New York's $3 Billion Plan for the Homeless
DNAinfo: De Blasio Unveils $2.6B Supportive Housing Plan to Combat Homelessness
Kings County Politics: Brooklyn Pols Hail De Blasio Creation Of Supportive Housing
Staten Island Advance: Staten Island to get supportive housing under $2.6B plan to curb homelessness
Associated Press: New York City plans $3 billion homelessness initiative
Newsday: De Blasio unveils $2.6B 'supportive housing' program to tackle homelessness
New York Magazine: De Blasio Announces a Nearly $3 Billion Plan to Help Homeless People
Bloomberg: De Blasio Presents $2.6 Billion Housing Plan for NYC's Needy
CBS New York: Mayor De Blasio Announces Program To Address Homeless Problem
New York Observer: City Moves Forward Without the State to Build Housing for the Homeless
Gothamist: De Blasio Announces $2.6 Billion Plan To House The Homeless
Curbed NY: City Announces $3B Initiative To House New York's Homeless
El Diario: Crearán 15,000 unidades residenciales para desamparados
New York Magazine: Will de Blasio’s Big Complex Affordable Housing Plan Actually Make Things Better?
NY1: Mayor to Announce New Supportive Housing Effort
Chronicle of Philanthropy: NYC to Put $3 Billion Into New Effort for the Homeless
WSJ: New York City Plans $3 Billion Homelessness Effort
Politico New York: De Blasio to announce plan for 15,000 new supportive housing units
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