Tuesday, August 26, 2014


Victoriano Oviedo in front of the side entrance for lower-income housing in the same complex as the Edge, a Brooklyn waterfront development.
Kirsten Luce for The New York Times
Victoriano Oviedo in front of the side entrance for lower-income housing in the same complex as the Edge, a Brooklyn waterfront development.
A program allows developers to build more square feet than the zoning code allows in exchange for a certain number of low-rent apartments.

“It’s such a visual separation,” Assemblywoman Rosenthal said. “It gets at people when they see two separate doors. It’s no longer theoretical. It looks and smells like discrimination.”
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