Eight years into the City’s landmark NYC 15/15 Initiative which promised to create 15,000 units of supportive housing in 15 years – 7500 single site and 7500 scattered site -- only 17% of the scattered site units have been awarded. The Network published this analysis of the current barriers to creating housing in today’s market as well as recommendations as to how to re-allocate funding for the currently unusable 6220 scattered site units to ensure the initiative meets its goals of creating and preserving as much supportive housing as quickly as possible.

See below to read the analysis.

Download Reimagining NYC 15/15: A Comprehensive Reallocation Plan to Save New York City’s Supportive Housing Initiative