Urban Prospect: Empire Sprawl

Urban Prospect: Empire Sprawl

In the 1998 elections, voters in states and municipalities across the country approved more than 100 propositions intended to apply “smart growth” measures to curb urban sprawl. A sometimes vague rubric used to describe policies aimed at reducing infrastructure...

Urban Prospect: Waterworld

Urban Prospect: Waterworld

During the past decade water and sewer charges have become a major cost concern for property owners throughout the city. Rates have increased steadily, and the movement toward universal metering has produced a redistribution of the cost burden among classes of...

Since 1937, CHPC’s mission has been to develop and advance practical public policies to support the housing stock of the city by better understanding New York’s most pressing housing and neighborhood needs. Our work brings clarity to NYC’s housing issues by presenting research in relatable and engaging mediums.

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