Neighborhood Success Stories: Creating and Sustaining Affordable Housing in New York

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NEIGHBORHOOD
SUCCESS STORIES
CREATING AND SUSTAINING AFFORDABLE
HOUSING IN NEW YORK

CAROL LAMBERG

Empire State Editions
An Imprint of Fordham University Press
New York 2018
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Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Neighborhood Success Stories xv
  • Part I - Overview 1
  • 1 - Housing Issues and Experiences 3
  • 2 - Getting Started at Settlement Housing Fund 11
  • Part II - A West Bronx Story 17
  • 3 - Walton and Townsend 19
  • 4 - Deciding to Own and Competing to Win 30
  • 5 - Collaborations and Battles 39
  • 6 - Here Come the Families 49
  • 7 - The Stucco Falls off and the Playground Collapses 61
  • 8 - Finding Jack 67
  • 9 - Community Programs, Philosophy, and Achievements 76
  • 10 - New Settlement Community Campus the Schools, Center, and Pool 83
  • 11 - A Few of the Families 103
  • 12 - New Settlement Today 127
  • Part III - A Tale of Two Bridges 135
  • 13 - Two Bridges- The Early Years 137
  • 14 - Two Bridges Houses 143
  • 15 - Lands End I 152
  • 16 - Lands End II 163
  • 17 - The Pathmark 172
  • 18 - Two Bridges Townhouses 180
  • 19 - Two Bridges Senior Housing 187
  • 20 - Two Bridges Tower 195
  • 21 - The Future for Two Bridges 213
  • Part IV - Looking Ahead 217
  • 22 - Lessons and Recommendations 219
  • Appendix - List of Federal, State, and Local Programs 243
  • Acknowledgments 247
  • Index 249
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