Prof. Matthew Lasner spoke at the "Re: Housing: Detroit” symposium hosted by the City of Detroit Planning and Development Department and the University of Michigan’s Taubman College, exploring and evaluating Detroit’s “Missing Middle” housing program. The full symposium can be watched here.
Professor Nicholas Dagen Bloom is Co-Curator of an exhibition on HOUSING DENSITY at the Skyscraper Museum in Battery Park City. He has already given exhibition tours to senior staff from HPD, DCP, and the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development. The exhibition will remain on view until December 2019. Bloom welcomes [...]
Prof. Matthew Lasner is quoted in the current issue of The Nation, which includes several articles exploring the affordable housing crisis United States. Click here to read.
Prof. Matthew Lasner argues for more government subsidies for housing in The Nation's article " The Case for Public Housing". For further reading, click here.
Prof. Matthew Lasner's book and exhibit on affordable housing featured in "The Long, Complicated History of Affordable Housing in New York," written by Eillie Anzilotti, The Atlanta City Lab.
Prof. Matthew Lasner’s new book, “Affordable Housing in New York: The People, Places, and Policies That Transformed a City” is the subject of Slate Magazine Article
Prof. Matthew Lasner's new book, "Affordable Housing in New York:The People, Places, and Policies That Transformed a City", is the subject of Slate Magazine article, "The People Who Call New York’s Affordable Housing Developments Home", written by Jordan G. Teiche, February 1, 2016.
Matt Lasner's first book, High Life: Condo Living in the Suburban Century, has been featured recently in Atlantic Cities, Metropolis, and the Chicago Tribune.
WNYC series quotes Owen Gutfruend, UAP Professor and Director of Urban Affairs program, on public housing and growth of suburbia
Hunter UAP professor Owen Gutfreund is quoted in a four-part series on public housing, Housing Generations: Life in the Projects featured on WNYC. Check out his contributions to Part 2: A Shift to Violence and Part 4: An Uncertain Future.