Rent
WHAT ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT
In Manhattan where you live is who you are, and whether you are looking, moving or just curious, rent becomes the ultimate conversation-starter. Demand for rental apartments in New York is soaring, making affordable apartments more rare as rents rise at rates that outpace inflation and incomes. Between 2000 and 2012 alone, median rents rose 75%. A decline in affordable housing is taking place alongside an increasing number of luxury developments throughout the city. With these factors pushing the average rent skyward in New York, who will take that responsibility? More importantly, what choices must decision-makers make in order to keep New York for all New Yorkers?
7:30PM @ The DL
95 Delancey Street, New York, NY 10002, USA
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SPEAKERS
Alan Lightfeldt
Data Scientist, StreetEasy
Max Weselcouch
Director, Moelis Institute for Affordable Housing Policy, NYU
Michael Klein
Head of Commercial, onefinestay
David Marks
Development Manager, Silverstein Properties
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