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Recent News

Who’s Afraid of a Transit Desert?

You can’t go near a subway stop and find something to build anymore,” because of the prohibitive cost, said Ariel Aufgang, an architect for the project, who has designed several affordable buildings in the city. Despite the distance from the train, the developer anticipates tens of thousands of applications for fewer than 1,200 units. 

 

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Call for City to Take Aggressive Steps on Affordable Homeownership

Ariel Aufgang, an architect active in affordable-housing development, believes the value attached to home ownership is an anachronism from post-war America, when it was believed that property values would rise inexorably, representing a no-brainer investment for families that tended to stay in one place.

 

 

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