Paradoxically, Buffalo has both a crisis of abandoned housing and a severe homelessness problem. Top housing priorities should be preventing abandonment, preserving and rehabilitating existing units, and weatherizing housing to reduce energy costs and pollution simultaneously. Any new housing should be sustainable – strategically located to strengthen existing communities and ecologically friendly to reduce energy costs and pollution. As new development raises rents and property taxes in parts of the city, anti-displacement strategies become crucial in protecting vulnerable residents.
|Housing Discrimination Complaint Data in the Buffalo Region|
|Analysis of City of Buffalo In-Rem Auction Data (2011-2018)|
|Engaging the Future of Housing in the Buffalo-Niagara Region: A Preliminary Exploration of Challenges that Lie Ahead|
|Building a Safer Buffalo: Invest in Communities, Divest from Police|
|Buffalo Tenant Bill of Rights|