Aditi Shrikant

Aditi Shrikant is a Brooklyn-based reporter. You can find more of her work in The Goods, The Outline and the New York Daily News

Time To Start Packing? Bushwick Rezoning Not Aggressive Enough To Help Residents Remain In Neighborhood
affordable housing

Time To Start Packing? Bushwick Rezoning Not Aggressive Enough To Help Residents Remain In Neighborhood

Sarit Platkin of the DCP presented updates atCB4 meeting. Aditi Shrikant/Bklyner BUSHWICK – Wednesday night, the Department of City Planning presented an update to the Bushwick rezoning plan, only to be confronted with questions about affordable housing and general frustrations about how this plan would most likely displace longtime residents.

Reynoso To City: Bushwick Rezoning Plan Falls Short On Housing
Bushwick

Reynoso To City: Bushwick Rezoning Plan Falls Short On Housing

BUSHWICK – Tuesday night, about 50 people piled into a conference room at the Bushwick Multi-Service Center to discuss updates to the Bushwick rezoning plan put forth by the city [/community-plans-for-bushwick-worries-it-will-not-matter/]. Among them were Brooklyn Community Board 4 [https://www1.nyc.gov/site/brooklyncb4/index.page] members, anti-gentrification advocates, Bushwick residents,

Community Plans For Bushwick, Worries It Will Not Matter
Bushwick

Community Plans For Bushwick, Worries It Will Not Matter

Attendees at the Bushwick Community Plan rollout event [/residents-propose-bushwick-community-plan-for-rezoning-to-tame-development/] (Chase Brush/Bklyner)BUSHWICK – From 2008 to 2018, the median price of a Bushwick home jumped 84 percent [https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-25/brooklyn-s-bushwick-zooms-up-list-of-priciest-nyc-neighborhoods] , making rent more and more unaffordable for those who have been there longest. High-rise, luxury

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