SIDEWALK IN TOWER

Low-income housing in New York has proven not to be sustainable. Generally, low-income housing projects bring together a homogenous group of people both from a financial and social perspective. This collusion increases rather than decreases crime and irresponsible social behavior. To prevent the inevitable self-implosion of such communities, cities incur unplanned and on-going clean-up costs, comparable to the initial investment.



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