From the Ground Up | 2021
Affordable housing recommendations for New York City’s next Mayor
United for Housing Webinar:
Housing & Homelessness Policy in New York’s Elections
Attend to learn about United for Housing’s recommendations for city candidates to address the housing crisis.
Hear about recommendations focusing on public housing, new construction and preservation of affordable housing, housing poverty and homelessness, and homeownership.
Chance for Q&A after the presentation. Submit questions ahead of time via #U4Housing or to Brendan.firstname.lastname@example.org or in the chat or Q&A at the event.
A coalition of more than 80 organizations produced a blueprint for housing investment for New York City’s next mayor.
New York City will elect a new mayor in 2021 – it must be a leader capable of steering our city out of the worst health and economic crisis we have seen in decades and towards recovery with a vision of racial equity and prosperity for all New Yorkers. Housing must be at the center of this plan for economic rebirth and social justice.
A Growing Housing Crisis
Outstanding repairs in public housing impact the health and housing of 400,000+ NYCHA residents.
Too many households pay more than ½ their income on rent. This creates housing instability and leaves less money for food, medicine, childcare and emergencies.
United in our vision and determination, we call on New York City’s next mayor to launch an affordable housing plan of unprecedented scale and commit to the following:
Invest $4 billion per year to fund a comprehensive affordable housing plan, including:
Adopt United for Housing’s guiding principles to shape NYC’s next housing plan:
In addition, United for Housing developed a set of detailed policy recommendations across the following five issue areas:
We call for NYCHA to be at the center of the next housing plan, including $1.5 billion per year in capital, championing the voice of residents in decision-making, and overhauling management and operations
What’s your housing advice for NYC’s next mayor? Speak your mind using #U4Housing.
Just post using the hashtag #U4Housing to share your story with us and others as we work together to guide housing policies and more in the 2021 mayoral election.