The Donut Effect: How Remote Work Is Transforming the Hudson Valley
A sea change in how Americans work is affecting how and where they live—and putting intense new pressures on housing and communities. Can the Hudson Valley keep up?
The Role of New Arrivals in Combating the Affordable Housing Crisis
Gentrification is not an inescapable force. To fight it, we must follow the lead of organizations led by those most impacted, who are already doing the work.
A Real Estate Developer’s Plot to Sell Newburgh
Seraphim Equities is pushing an arts festival and making appeals to community—while buying up buildings and evicting residents.
How to Address the Affordable Housing Crisis Without Building More
A combination of short-term rental regulations, property tax credits, and zoning changes can stabilize the housing market in a sustainable way.
‘Fighting Upstream Against Capitalism’: A Housing Q&A with Evelyn Wright
We talk to the Ulster County deputy executive about the affordability crisis, community solutions, and the county’s new Housing Action Plan.
Urban Removal: Kingston’s Housing Crisis
A pandemic-fueled exodus from NYC has turbocharged the housing market in the Ulster County seat. Will its less-affluent residents be left behind?
The Challenge of Affordable Housing in the Hudson Valley
Three recent reports show that home values are on the rise, and the affordability gap is growing wider.
Follow the River, Follow the Money: On Development in Yonkers
Arts and environmental initiatives have driven a campaign to attract wealthier residents to the riverfront city. It could be a sign of things to come in the Hudson Valley.
Hudson’s New Mayor Combines the Past and Future
Newly elected Kamal Johnson discusses rent stabilization, partnering with developers, and how the waterfront city has changed since his childhood.
Rent Control’s First Test in the Hudson Valley
A housing vacancy study found that Kington is not eligible to opt in to the Emergency Tenant Protection Act. What do the results mean for other cities?
You Broke It, You Build It
The owner of a building that collapsed in Poughkeepsie has been sued multiple times. So why is he being approved for other development projects?
A Slumlord in Newburgh
How one landlord’s poor track record reflects a systemic failure.
The Hudson Valley Space Race
With the specter of gentrification looming large, the Hudson Valley is ground zero for testing models of inclusive development.
The Rent Is Too Damn High
New legislation allows municipalities across the state to opt in to rent stabilization laws.
Block by block, town by town, gentrification is transforming the Hudson Valley.