22 Jul '14, 1pm

What is a “Poor Door” and Why Is It Causing So Much Controversy?

What is a “Poor Door” and Why Is It Causing So Much Controversy?

Sanctioned racial segregation was abolished in the U.S. in 1954, but a recent housing decision has shown that class segregation is still alive and well in New York City. The NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development recently approved a controversial request by the Extell Development Company to create two separate entrances at its 40 Riverside Boulevard building – one for its market rate tenants and another for affordable housing tenants. The so-called “poor door” plan has New Yorkers around the city up in arms (for pretty obvious reasons).

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/nyc/what-is-a-poor-door-and-why-is-i...

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