Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning – ANHD’s Position Paper 2013
Of the 100,000 units developed under the current voluntary Inclusionary Zoning program, only 2% wound up as affordable housing. ANHD promotes shifting to Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning to ensure that affordable units are included in every building.
2013 At-Risk Housing Wall Chart – How is Affordable Housing Threatened in Your Neighborhood?
ANHD’s annual community-by-community listing of threatened affordable housing units.
Real Affordability: an evaluation of the Bloomberg housing program & recommendations to strengthen affordable housing policy
ANHD’s research found that 1/3 of subsidized housing built in NYC since 2003 is unaffordable for local residents. This report covers policies and tools to help city and local organizations more accurately gauge how well proposed housing will meet the local community needs.
Mayoral – Affordable Housing Platform: 2013
ANHD’s research and recommendations on affordable housing policies for the next mayoral term.
The State of Bank Reinvestment in New York City: 2012
An annual analysis of banks rate of servicing neighborhood credit needs in accordance with the Community Reinvestment Act.
INCO: From Collaboration to Transformation
As the little engine that could, this group of grassroots organizations led by ANHD leveraged $1.3 billion for affordable housing in NYC and achieved passage of legislation to help thousands of low-income tenants.
Summary of ANHD’s 2011 national convening that led to the 2012 passage through NY City Council of the most comprehensive RBA in the US.
The State of Bank reinvestment in New York City: 2011
This report continues the comprehensive work by ANHD to detail sharp decreases in lending by the City’s largest financial institutions.
CDCs and The Future of New York: Building for the Community and Building for a Stronger City
This brochure highlights the many contributions CDCs (Community Development Corporations) have made throughout New York City.
Leveraging Tax Abatements
This report details how New York City can achieve permanent affordability by using tax incentives to maximize the return on investment in both new construction and substantial rehabilitation projects.
State of Bank Reinvestment in NYC 2009
A comprehensive report by ANHD that details the sharp decrease in the amount of lending and services in working class neighborhoods provided by the City’s largest financial institutions, ranks the banks, and highlights several institutions that have engaged in destructive lending practices.
A Permanent Problem Requires A Permanent Solution
A comprehensive report by ANHD that presents data on the number of at-risk, city-subsidized units.
Permanent Affordability: A National Conversation
A report that records the convening of key stakeholders from the affordable housing community, including local and national housing agencies, policy experts, not-for-profit developers, and advocates. The purpose of this forum was to engage in a discussion of challenges and opportunities related to ensuring permanent affordability in subsidized housing.
Predatory Equity: Evolution of a Crisis
ANHD report that reveals impending default crisis for 100,000 New York City affordable apartments.
The $20,000 Stove Report on 1/40th Rent Increase Fraud
A Whitepaper analysis of fraud in the 1/40th rent increase program and how lax oversight is undermining affordable housing.
Roadmap to Permanent Affordability
Analysis, observations and the future of subsidized housing in New York City.
The Sub-Prime Loan Crisis in NY Apartment Housing – October 2008
Predatory Equity, The Next Sub-Prime Loan Crisis
The Making of a Movement: How Organizing is Transforming Housing in New York City
Analyzes recent important housing policy changes, and the strategies that neighborhood-based housing groups used to achieve these victories. The report highlights the role of community organizing and ANHD member groups through the Initiative for Neighborhood and City-Wide Organizing.
Save Our Homes: A Call To Action
This comprehensive report lays out ways that the Mayor can preserve 77,000 affordable apartments that are at risk of losing their HUD subsidies.
Homeownership Stabilization Initiative Final Evaluation
Affordable Housing At A Crossroads
A comprehensive assessment of the landscape for affordable housing production.
A report co-authored with the NYC Comptroller assessing code enforcement policy and laying out recommendations for change.