President Trump has yet to formally name Kathy Kraninger as his choice to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, but her nomination is already in trouble. That may be just fine with the White House.
In Baltimore and other segregated cities, the life-expectancy gap between African Americans and whites is as much as 20 years. One young woman’s struggle shows why.
Developers are taking on residential building challenges by extending the concept of prefabricated housing to manufacture entire apartment buildings.
Kathy Smith has lived in Harlem for 19 years, and says “Harlem is not only a place, it’s a spirit, a feeling.
For years, an unwavering certitude of industry, think tanks, demographers, policy-makers and city planners everywhere has been that humanity is moving to the city: We just needed to figure out how to house, employ and feed everyone in a condensed space.
Philadelphia, where the median rent for a one-bedroom unit is up 2.8 percent to $1,490, is the 18th most expensive market in the country, Zumper has found.
Public bank advocates argued that the status quo — private banks’ storing and managing of public funds — results in taxpayer money being directed to harmful purposes such as fracking, gun manufacturing and sales, and, particularly in NYC, developers who take out bank loans to acquire rent-stabilized buildings and flip them into market-rate apartments or condos.
Let’s bring the Community Reinvestment Act into the 21st century.
Jackson calls on CEO Jeff Bezos to create a board of directors and a workforce that looks more like America.