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“What might be a welcome development under different circumstances — the sale of a neglected building and its renovation under a new owner — today provokes immediate panic.” In The New York Review of Books, Michael Greenberg provides an in-depth look inside NYC’s housing crisis. “What makes the crisis especially startling is that New York has the most progressive housing laws in the country and a mayor who has made tenants’ rights and affordable housing a central focus of his administration.”

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