Caroline Nagy

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Caroline Nagy is the deputy director for Policy and Research at the Center for NYC Neighborhoods, which works to promote and preserve affordable homeownership in New York. Her research and advocacy work at the Center is focused on the foreclosure crisis, affordable homeownership, and the impact of climate change on homeowners.

Affordability at a Cost: What We Can Learn from Mobility Patterns

East New York has historically been one of the most affordable neighborhoods in New York City. But an influx of wealthier newcomers and rising prices citywide is beginning to change that.


El Caño Vive, La Lucha Sigue! Community-Controlled Land in Puerto Rico

The Caño Martín Peña project has succeeded in building community power and gaining control of land by pioneering the community land trust model.