New York’s Housing Crisis: Now What?
Earlier this year, Governor Kathy Hochul announced a plan to build 800,000 new housing units in New York State over the next decade. That plan, which would have required municipalities to meet certain housing targets, in particular near train stations, faced significant local opposition and failed to be included in the budget that just passed the state legislature. Where do we go from here? This CLE will bring together representatives of state and local government, private practitioners, advocacy groups, and urban planners to offer ideas and strategies for what options remain available to tackle the housing crisis and encourage and incentivize affordable housing projects throughout the state.
- June 15, 2023
- 12:00 PM
- 1:30 PM
- Virtual Participation
- Laurie Stillwell, Speaker, Town of Amherst
- Adam Bosch, Speaker, Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress
- Lee Lefkowitz, Moderator, Zarin & Steinmetz
- Shelley Mayer, Speaker, Representing the 37th Senate Disrict
- Committee on Continuing Legal Education
- Real Property Law Section
- Local and State Government Law Section
- Environmental & Energy Law Section