As the winter freeze kicks in, over 85,000 people are homeless across New York. Last January, the Governor promised $1.9 billion to tackle the problem. One year on? We're still waiting.
Lantern applauds Mayor De Blasio’s announcement of New York City’s plan to create 15,000 new units of supportive housing over the next 15 years. Estimated to cost $2.6 billion, the new apartment buildings – like the sites in which Lantern provides our proven services -- will help meet the need for supportive housing for vulnerable … Continue reading Lantern Applauds Mayor De Blasio’s Supportive Housing Plan
Lantern is a proud co-sponsor of the Museum of the City of New York’s Affordable New York series. New York City has a long history of creating below-market housing for its residents. Today the city offers subsidized housing to families across a wide economic spectrum; more than 400,000 in public housing, and many more in … Continue reading Lantern is a Proud Co-Sponsor of A Past to Build Upon – NYC’s Housing Legacy