With the exploding number of homeless still hovering at record levels, Mayor de Blasio will announce Tuesday a nearly-done deal to convert 468 shelter apartments into permanent, affordable apartments for the homeless.
Known as “cluster-site” apartments, the units are scattered throughout 17 privately-owned buildings in Brooklyn and the Bronx and are expected to provide long-term housing for more than 1,000 homeless New Yorkers, administration officials said.
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Source: Coalition for the Homeless