City Council Suit Filed Against Bloomberg Over Plan to Lease Land

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The Bloomberg administration is under the microscope again, this time facing a lawsuit filed by City Council on the grounds that Bloomberg planned to lease public housing’s land to luxury high-rise developers. While the New York City Housing Authority claims that this would generate valuable revenue to put back into public housing, the city council feels that there is a lot to lose.

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn tells Gothamist, “NYCHA’s sole purpose is to build and maintain affordable housing. Not lease public land and make way for luxury apartments.” Although the Bloomberg administration put the plans on the backburner in order for the next mayor to take over, the City Council and a few public housing tenants decided to file the lawsuit to ensure that the

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city may never put the plan into action.

The land in question is a combination of parking lots, parks and playgrounds. Among the loss of recreational space, the City Council’s concerns include the NYCHA’s urgencies.

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