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"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"So I think again, I think there is a lot of desire to take this kind of bigger picture look and start thinking about things in a very thoughtful coordinated way. Not to take away though from those Bloomberg rezonings, again, because rezonings are really important way to catalyze housing production. So when you fall off on the rezoning side, what are you replacing it with? We're in our last few minutes here with basha Gerhard senior vice president of planning for revenue, the real estate board of New York. So you're in favor of a variety of these plans and proposals from the governor and other pieces of the agenda finding a replacement for four 21 a tax exemption, things we've discussed here lifting the FAR cap and more you were in favor of the housing access voucher program, which would be a new state voucher program to help keep people struggling to pay the rent in their homes or help people experiencing homelessness have a voucher to get into an apartment. Of course, the ability to use those vouchers also comes back to supply constraints. But as you mentioned earlier, in a sense, good cause eviction legislation was something strongly opposed by rebney. This was something opposed by governor hochul. Some people say the governor, people in the real estate community who have her ear, others weren't able or willing to get to a compromise with the legislature because they were so opposed to good cause eviction legislation that would put caps on annual rent increases insist on least renewals in most cases and put other regulations in place across the private rental housing market. What can you say about sort of the willingness and the real estate development
"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"We often get very focused on the battles over single rezonings, right? And some of them are bigger projects and innovation queens and some of these really big ones. But then also there's lots of local battles off and around more modest projects. Again, it's still a rezoning that needs to get approved, somebody wants to build something where there isn't something or build something bigger or more housing instead of something that's been there all these things that they may need approval to change the zoning that has to go through ultimately the city council. But as much as we get caught up in so much of that, the real key to actual sort of large scale growth and housing supply growth is through the broader changes to zoning that apply much more broadly than when we get into these single proposals. And that sort of often gets lost in the shuffle and that's part of what sort of coming down the pike here from the Adams administration and the department of city planning as they craft this citywide zoning text amendment, right? That's correct. And I do want to underscore the importance of the neighborhood rezonings as a catalyst for housing production. So the top four community boards responsible for housing production over the last decade were all areas that were rezoned from manufacturing to residential. So I think that's really important when we think about one, we haven't as a right regulatory regime through the zoning resolution. Most of our housing, most of our development occurs as of right, where you are following those rules, you get yourself to go for approvals from the department of buildings, but from a zoning perspective, you follow the rules, you build a building to this envelope to that density to that floor area ratio to the particular uses. And you go ahead. It's those discretionary actions, though, while they are not necessarily the number wise, all of the projects, but
"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Lucky I get to focus on numbers and zoning tests and not on the politics. That is what the podcast is about. I will say this. I think the governor and the mayor have been very consistent in their support of each other and they have been very consistent in saying that housing is important and that we need regulatory reform to get there. You know, whether I think it's very easy to say the next morning or even the night of an event, right? Like, oh, where were you yesterday or this? There are teams of people who are working on this. There are, you know, there's an entire Senate and assembly legislative body. I think the thing that did bother me was a lot of a number of people saying, oh, we need to talk more about these issues, or we need to study them more. The lifting the tool of FAR cap and this is also a good tie back to this idea of community engagement. 12 FAR, there's been a bill around for 9 years. There's letters out there from, I would say, the preservation groups and tenant groups and community groups saying, don't do this. So this idea that, oh, we need to keep talking about it. It's like, well, we have talked about it a lot. Are we going to make a decision on it this year or not, to me, is more of the question. I think what a lot of people miss in the fair again is a perfect example of this. The state acting and saying the city can go ahead and do more and 12 FAR when it comes to residential development and residential density does not eliminate the public process. The city would still have to go in and say, in this neighborhood, for these land use reasons under environmental review where we have mitigated any adverse impacts, we are saying that this is appropriate. And there's going to be a zoning text change on a zoning map change that goes through the public review and goes through goes to the affected community board and goes to the borough president and goes to the city council for adoption after it's been heard by the city planning commission. So there's all these steps. Again, the stage gates before that change even goes into effect. But because now for and I forget now if it's the 8th 9th or tenth year that we have said, we are not moving forward on allowing the city to study this. We're just another year behind studying it. So when we get to these city of yes, these three citywide text amendments and we start thinking about what could be in zoning for housing opportunity. The city has already said very clearly they're looking to even the playing field on floor area of bonuses for senior
"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"And then some very vocally so. And to me, especially around the conversation around transit oriented development, absolutely in the suburbs as well around the commuter rails and all that. But in the city, that sort of got lost in the shuffle a little bit. And I'm not sure the governor focused on it enough. I'm not sure the mayor was really out there talking about it. And so that got lost in the shuffle a bit to me and you hear the borough presidents in various boroughs talking about wanting to build everywhere and being ready for some of those, you know, quote unquote battles with some local city council members and others, but state action on that level would have removed a lot of those city battles, right? It would have made a lot of those city battles much less fraught if the state is coming in and this is the whole idea of a state zoning framework or at least state required growth with zoning overrides. Is to say, we got to stop having all these fights over individual plot rezonings or smallish community rezonings. And that there wasn't really a lot of voices out there saying, you know, how important it would be for New York City. I think so much of the or controversial or whatever you want to call it. But there wasn't as much discussion of that and what it would mean for a lot of parts of especially, I think, Brooklyn queens and The Bronx. And talking about that versus how much of the oxygen got sucked up around the suburban conversation. That's on that. Yeah, I think it's very fair to say a lot of conversation was devoted to the suburban component. And kind of the more global conversations. You know, I think what's interesting on the New York City context is this tension has always existed between the local, the block, the neighborhood, the community board, the community board versus the borough, the borough versus the rest of the city.
"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"And the answer to that right now is no. Developers are going to build elsewhere where the incentives are in place where the rules are encouraging development. And that's what we are seeing. Other men in this aren't seeing this precipitous drop in construction. With the exception of a few that has some, I would say outlier rules and St. Paul, Minnesota is a perfect example of a municipality that had an outlier rule in which they passed could cause and a good cost statute got effectively kept rents for all housing, new existing, everything in between. And their development permits dropped 80% basically overnight. Let's come back to that. So we can come back to that. Yeah, that's a big one. I do want to get to that. But let's just, in terms of the sort of state legislative agenda for revenue and for the real estate development community in the city, clearly here a focus on four 21 a, trying to get some sort of new program tax abatement program, there was also a push around lifting the flare floor area ratio FAR cap thank you for not saying far. Tap in the city, which, in essence, limits the density of the buildings in the city that can be built. You wanted to see more policies pass to allow conversion of commercial buildings to housing, those were some of the key real estate priorities for New York City that you wanted to see out of the state. Budget season that didn't get done, were you fully behind the governor's broader housing compact program with these mandatory targets for all community districts in New York City and all municipalities outside the city. Was sort of the fulsome of this plan and his program, something that you were strongly behind or are you more focused on those sort of narrow pieces? So we've been on record, I believe, now, two years straight about the need at least at the state level about the need for I would say state intervention and regional growth and really fair share in housing production. I think I've mentioned several times now that New York City does not produce enough housing. We do produce more than our neighbors and so when we talk about the housing crisis in the housing shortage, it is not limited to the boundaries of the 5 boroughs. This is a regional problem and it is a regional challenge and a regional opportunity. I think one of the things that are challenging when we start talking about housing targets and all these different tools, as a zoner, I'm like, oh, I know what EDU's are. And I know what to you is and I understand FAR and I understand what the goals are. But this really is underscores the importance of community engagement and education around what we're talking about here. Similar rules have been passed in other states. They exist, the sky has not fallen, development is occurring. To put into context, though, California, which has a number of very similar statutes that have been enacted, those took several years. In fact, those took 6 years to get through the legislative process. And so starting the conversation now starting the conversation last year is incredibly important. Continuing that conversation is going to be important. There's a lot of benefits to trying to do it all at once, and there's also benefits to trying to do one thing at a time. The important thing though is starting the conversation and then starting the engagement and those are things that I certainly hope to see continued around these really important tools. No single tool is going to solve our housing crisis. We need all of them. And I think it's a question of degrees.
"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"So we have a number of macroeconomic factors that make even this conversation challenging, right? We have the highest inflation. I believe in my at least my working career, if not my lifetime, interest rates are the highest that they've been in a quite a while. We have a number of, I would say a looming commercial debt crisis potentially in terms of, again, commercial debt tends to focus on ballooning interest rates and or variable interest rates. So, you know, unfortunately, the revenue for those buildings have gone down at the same time that their mortgage payments have gone up. That starts to create a lot of concern. We've seen the regional bank closures or failures, depending on which headline you're looking at, all of this is very concerning. What you start to see though is banks start to become less willing to take risk. And new construction represents a lot of risk. Like I mentioned in multiple stage gates of development for New York City, the multiple rounds of permitting the rules compliance, safety, all of these things are important. We want construction to happen safely. We want buildings to go up in a way that is sound engineering and in accordance with the rules. But this means time and effort and cost. And that also creates risk. So whether banks are going to loan in an environment where there's all these other kind of macroeconomic headwinds, you asked our developers looking to do more here, there's always going to be someone who wants to do more. I did mention there were 24 new multi-family foundation filings in March 2023. I think the question to me is from a public policy perspective. Are they in a position to do enough to address our housing crisis? Are the rules in place where we're going to see the scale of development that we need to address our supply shortage and to build the type of affordable housing that many New Yorkers need.
"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"And I think that's why when we talk about housing supply and we talk about zoning when we even look at something like the city's mandatory inclusionary housing program, it was always predicated on the use of a tax tool to offset one aspect of the challenges in housing construction. Another thing to keep in mind, especially when we're talking about affordable housing, which I think is also pretty uniform agreement that that is something that is also very important when we're talking about housing production. Affordable housing is known as income restricted housing. It means the rents are going to be set at a certain percentage of someone's income. Those rents are inherently set below market rate. And a lot of cases when we're talking about especially deeply affordable or extremely low income affordable. Those rents are being set at a rate that is below what it costs to operate the unit. So I talked about four 21 a being responsible for 70% nearly 70% of our multi-family housing production. Approximately 90% of our multi-family housing production relies on some type of tax tool. So nearly everything that's built when you're looking at an apartment building today when it's including affordable housing is using something from government. The beauty of four 21 a in a lot of ways is it was not a check to a developer. HPD HCR. These are the city and state housing entities, respectively. They were not writing a check to one of the revenue members saying, we're going to give you money for you to build this. What it was really about was foregone tax revenue. The city would continue to collect the same amount of taxes as it would prior to the construction of that new multi-family development. So whether it had been an empty lot, a two story building, a 5 story building, whatever the taxes were from that, those would continue to be paid for the lifetime of that tax tool. That differs from other tax tools. These are four 20 C article 11. These tools are always partnered with what we refer to as term sheets. And those term sheets are direct subsidy dollars. Those are checks being written in order to offset the cost of operating constructing and maintaining over time those affordable units or at a higher percentage share of the project. All of which is a very long way of saying none of this is easy. There's also lender metrics that get thrown in. There's risk. We're seeing that play out in the conversations around the rent guidelines board this year, insurance is being one of the top drivers for expense growth, insurance
"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"I start thinking about how are we doing housing production wise before this year before 2023 before 2022, what I always like to try and put into context, we were estimated to reach a population of 8.8 million people in 2030. We reached that population in 2020. Only 10% of our housing was actually constructed in the last ten years. And I'm going to throw a lot of tens here. But we're ten years ahead in population growth, ten years behind in housing production. And most of our housing is more than ten years old, which means at least 90% of our housing needs some major system repair. It needs a new roof. It needs a new boiler, so we have a lot of challenges and a lot of it. We have a rapidly aging housing stock. We're not producing enough and people are still moving here. And we want people to still move here and contribute to our economic growth in the vitality of the city. So that's a lot of numbers, but it's all of one way of looking at this as saying, we're not producing enough, and we also need do need to have policies that focus on the people who live here and our existing housing stock as well. So the four 21 a program was allowed by the legislature, the governor wanted to extend it allowed by the legislature to expire last year. The efforts to replace it with a slightly different program didn't go anywhere. There was also an effort by the governor now to extend the time period where projects eligible for the now expired exemption could access it, there are some questions about whether this is even on the table for legislators at all or they want to sort of let this new era set in and see how the market will adjust. But just to be clear on something you said, I just want to make sure I have this right in March of 2023 in New York City. There were 24 new multi-family building foundation filings submitted by developers in New York City. Yes, 24 new multi-family foundation filings for all of New York City for all 5 boroughs for 8.8 million people where we do not have enough housing supply. And that's roughly a third of the average during early 2022 when four 21 a was still applicable. Correct. So let's just stick with that then. This is developers saying for it to make financial sense for us to build multi-family rental housing,
"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"And the possibility of overrides if there are local projects that would add to growth to meet those targets, but they're not being approved by localities. And there were a wide variety of other strategies involved. There were also perhaps most prominently or one of the most prominent pieces being mandatory growth around mass transit hubs in the MTA region, transit oriented development, and a variety of other planks to the puzzle. There were other pieces of the governor's housing plan in there as well that aren't exactly about the zoning and the mandatory targets, but are part of that development plan, including an extension of and the hope for replacement of the four 21 a program that is a tax exemption for developers when there is affordable housing as part of development and broad strokes. Basement apartment legalization efforts the effort to legalize accelerated dwelling units and more. Then there were also a variety of other housing policies on the table, mostly being pushed by the legislature, including rental assistant money, especially focused on public housing tenants. That's basically the one housing thing that really got done in the budget was a new pool of money that will help address some of the NYCHA and public housing renter's crisis. Then there was also in the offing and not passed a new housing voucher program and, of course, the good cause eviction legislation. So those are some highlights to remind people a lot of the policies on the table. Let's bring on our guest today. Basha Gerhard senior vice president of planning for the real estate board of New York, thank you for being here. Welcome, how are you? Thanks for having me, Ben. I'm doing well, though. Weather is beautiful, and I get to talk about zoning, so it's not a bad day. So, you know, in some respects, governor hochul laid out housing agenda in early January, your organization revenue was complementary, enthusiastic.
"basha" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Max politics. This is Ben max from Gotham gazette, a publication of citizens union foundation. Thanks very much for tuning in here for this episode of the show. We're speaking on Thursday, may 11th, 2023, today we are returning to focus on the issue of housing, including the lack of progress in the state budget that was passed earlier this month after about a monthlong delay past the start of the new state fiscal year, but also what could happen in this relatively brief post budget legislative session in Albany, which runs through early to mid June. They can extend it a little bit if they want to. Or even into next year's state budget session when governor hochul has promised to come back again to push her ambitious New York housing compact plan. That is aiming to build 800,000 units of new housing across the state over about a decade. That plan was, of course, offered by the governor early this year, but no agreement was reached in the state budget passed in early May. Despite housing being in many ways, the number one crisis facing New York State and city and that includes both the supply of housing and the affordability of housing, which are also, of course, related. If you've been a regular listener to this show, you know we've been spending a lot of time on housing and getting a variety of perspectives from tenant organizers to state legislators, sometimes on the show to discuss different things, but we always get the housing pretty much. To a really good conversation with the New York State housing commissioner Ruth Ann visas that everybody should still check out if you haven't listened to it yet. And others, and we continue that today. My guest here on this episode is basha gerhardt, senior vice president of planning for rebney, the real estate board of New York. Pasha gerhardt's leads rebs policy work on issues related to housing, land use, zoning, resiliency, and community development.
The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini
"Paolo shared his ultimate vision using stem cells to regrow or repair. The body's organs. This incredible idea that i hadn't thought previously if you could actually make that become true would be fantastic innovation in the past busa had met his share of medical luminaries through other projects oliver sacks robert gallo who co discovered hiv. Carlton gadget sick. Who'd help discover mad cow disease. What paolo macarena was doing was if it was true. Just as incredible as those discoveries i wanted to go. Bt bring this story and see who was in the wrong what actually happened was powder genius. Or was he possibly soon. After busa went to get the other side of the story he reached out to each of the doctors who had made the allegations against paolo. That i didn't want to talk to me. A very fearful and Suspicious and afraid. Eventually one of them agreed to meet with them on a cold day. In february busa walked up to the door of an apartment building in central stockholm. Dr matias chorba show buzzed him. In and he rode the elevator up to his apartment in rang the bell true to form the six foot. One american was wearing a black sabbath shirt. He invited busa into the apartment and proceeded to tell him everything had learned. He had a really hard time believing what i was saying. Car basha was making some pretty alarming. Comparisons and i started telling him stories about joseph angola. Now sweats and medical experiments or what was going on at caroline scott. I felt that maybe they were paranoid that they were afraid of things. The magnified things that perhaps exists. I thought that they would claims where a bit outlandish and we talked for like two hours. And then my wife came home and she's a blonde swedish woman presses. Well and looks like a normal person and he asked her. If what i was saying was of all this actually true and she said yes. Yes this is is absolutely true. This is absolutely what's going on. And he said after meeting her that he it was. I found that he actually started leaving me. Just like benita. Alexander in new york boost the link fest resolved to get to the bottom of the paulo macura. Any mystery
"basha" Discussed on No Agenda
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Princes William and Harry Slam the BBC Over Diana Interview
"Prince william and his brother prince harry on thursday issued strongly worded statements criticizing the bbc and the british media for unethical practices after an investigation concluded. That one of the broadcasters journalists used deceitful behavior to secure princess diana's most explosive tv interview in one thousand nine hundred ninety five the circumstances surrounding the interview for more than twenty years ago came under scrutiny. After diana's brother charles. Spencer made renewed complaints journalist. Martin bashir used full documents and other dishonest tactics to persuade diana to agree to the interview on thursday. A report from the inquiry said basha acted in a deceitful way and breached bbc rules by mocking up fake bank statements and showing them to charles spencer to gain access to the princess. The report also criticised the bbc covering up what it knew about bashes actions and said the corporations own probe into the matter fell short of its usual standards of integrity and transparency in his statement that he your old prince william said the bbc's failures contributed to the deterioration of his parents
"basha" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"This point when it comes to this kind of thing, so But Hannah Scott, thank you had to hear that takes us to 8 23. And that's time for real time traffic brought to you by the Mariners baseball bash. And here is Chris Cillizza. That's taking us most of the morning. But we're finally back to about a normal commute right now, which is good. The travel times are still trending in the right direction and coming down so out of the north and we're back down to about 35 minutes or less. Remember it to Seattle or Bellevue? The crash that I've been talking about. They're just a south of the older would mauler east of the older word mall there, Right where four or five goes over the top of I five. There we see. This crash is over on the left shoulder there no longer blocking the left lane. So that's positive. The drive thru the rented s curves still has work to do often on up through Newcastle, with the travel time still hovering around 30 minutes is not bad. The Puyallup to rent and drive really started to see things than out, especially there at the 4 10 interchange up through 24th, but we still have a little work to do. Give yourself about 42 minutes, still behind schedule on that drive by about five minutes. The Tacoma drive on I five is looking better. It's been heavy most of the morning. But right now it's about average in terms of the weaving emerging There's still little slowing up the hill towards Highway 18. A lot of people are heading down to the Valley today. So you're losing about a minute or two heading up that direction, but federal way to Seattle's back down to 40 minutes 25 of those minutes from South Center so again about average and the lake Bridges are still in good shape. Traffic brought to you by the Mariners baseball Basha Free, Ultimate Virtual Baseball party. That's free for all fans, and it's happening now more information. Mariners dot com slash baseball bash. It is.
Apple tightens its terms of service
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News in Brief 10 December 2018
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in an historic move described by U N chief Antonio Gutierrez as a roadmap to prevent suffering and chaos the global compact for safe orderly and regular migration was adopted on Monday by more than one hundred fifty governments at an international conference in Marrakesh, Morocco, speaking at the opening intergovernmental session, Mr Gutierrez said that the Compaq provides a platform for humane sensible mutually beneficial action resting on simple, ideas, acknowledging that some states. Neither took part in the conference nor adopted the compact the UN chief expressed his hope that they would come to recognize its value for their societies to join in this common venture along with climate change. Unregulated migration has become a pressing issue in recent years every year. Thousands of migrants lose their lives or go missing. On perilous routes often fallen victim at the hands of smugglers, and other predators. Each year on ten December the world marks human rights day on Monday the day took on a special meaning as it coincided with the seventieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration on human rights. One of the key documents adopted in the first few years of the UN general assembly in the Afghan capital, Kabul. The UN mission known as you NAMA welcomed government efforts to extend human rights to all despite ongoing conflict, including the work of Afghanistan's, independent human rights commission. A new penal code and the employment of women in the civil service and the private sector acknowledging these achievements and offering the missions continued steadfast commitment. Yunan ahead tadamichi Yamamah. Motto pointed to some of Afghanistan's remaining challenges, particularly from ongoing conflict that continues to cause persistent high numbers of civilian casualties in keeping with the theme. Michelle Bachelet, the U N High Commissioner for human rights, pay tribute to lewd Miller Mikhaylov. Nah, Alexia calling her one of the greatest human rights defenders ever, MS Basha, let recalled that the activist who died on Saturday in Moscow, h ninety one was awarded the prestigious Sakharov prize for freedom of thought in two thousand nine miss Alexia was a Russian historian leading human rights activist and founding member of the Moscow Helsinki group. According to news reports miss Alex Cava continued to be outspoken in her later years criticizing Russia's annexation of Crimea in twenty fourteen. Teen saying it brought shame on my country and also denounced what she called the awful political killing of opposition leader Boris Nemstov. She wasn't intrepid defender of the rights of honorable people in Russia, and beyond and her life and work inspired generations of human rights defenders around the globe said the UN rights chief Liska Fiji, U N news.