NYC Must Produce 20,000 New Housing Units a Year to Keep Up With Exploding Population

12 May of 2016 by

The 2015 census puts New York City’s population at a record high of 8.6 million. This is a 375,000-person increase from 2010, the biggest spike since the 1920s. The rise is attributed to the nearly 250,000 jobs that were created in 2014 and 2015, the $7.3 billion in venture capital present in the city in 2015 (the second-highest level ever), and record-breaking tourism that’s created…
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