Last month, Mayor Eric Adams unveiled a big plan to tackle New York City’s housing shortage and make the city more affordable.

The plan, the city says, would make way for something on the order of 100,000 additional homes over the next 15 years, mainly through changes to the city’s zoning code.

The Citizens Housing Planning Council, a nonprofit think tank, said “it will be important to get the details right. But you can only get the details right if you’re pointed in the right direction to start and the city’s proposals are.”

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