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affordable housing, Bronx, Policy

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The world’s largest housing cooperative will remain affordable for another three decades, the city announced Friday. Home to more than 15,300 apartments across 72 buildings in the Bronx, Co-Op City opened in 1968 as part of the Mitchell-Lama program. The deal reached between the co-op board and the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development guarantees the development’s participation in the Mitchell-Lama program until 2052.

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