Private developers have taken advantage of various programs to construct more than 100 mixed-income buildings like the Chelsea Park over the past two decades, mostly in Manhattan and gentrified parts of Brooklyn. In these buildings, the majority of apartments are market rate, with set-asides, typically 20 percent, for low- and moderate-income New Yorkers

In Los Angeles, more than a thousand people sleep on the street in cardboard boxes and tents — just a mile away from City Hall. Many want to fix Skid Row, but how to do it is extremely controversial.

Otis Rolley is 100RC’s Regional Director, City and Practice Management, overseeing our partnerships with cities in Africa and North America.

Important, fun, new infographic and report from the Knight Foundation on the playground- and community-building nonprofit, KaBOOM!

Reading Terminal Market 1942, from The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Photograph: courtesy of Temple University libraries

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