affordable housing

ArtsBeat: Brooklyn Museum, Acknowledging Criticism, Reaches Out to Conference Protesters

The museum has offered to hold a separate gathering on affordable housing and workspaces and its director has reached out to invite “a conversation between the museum and the protest organizers.”

Architecture Review: Sugar Hill Housing Will Have a School and a Museum

The new Sugar Hill subsidized housing complex in Upper Manhattan goes beyond even the more ambitious developments by providing a school and a children’s museum.

Critic’s Notebook: ‘9 x 18’ Plan Ties Development Rules to Public Benefits

Parking lots can be turned into development sites to expand and improve affordable housing in New York City, three fellows at the Institute for Public Architecture propose.