This report contains the key features of New Jersey’s Mount Laurel Doctrine, new data about affordable housing development since 2015, and firsthand accounts of fair housing advocates and affordable housing residents.
This impact report highlights FSHC’s biggest wins in 2022 and offers a glimpse of what is to come in 2023.
This toolkit uplifts the 2021 New Jersey Fair Chance in Housing Act to provide insight to advocates in other jurisdictions working to expand housing access to people with prior criminal legal system involvement.
This partnered report contains demands from hurricane survivors and nonprofit organizations to change our federal approach to disaster recovery.
This report offers recommendations for accelerating the development of affordable housing in NJ while using existing laws.
This report contains an interview conducted by Noah Kazis, Legal Fellow at the NYU Furman Center, and FSHC’s Executive Director, Adam Gordon on housing disparities in NYC and NJ.
This partnered report by FSHC and the National Low Income Housing Coalition outlines policy recommendations for creating a more effective and efficient disaster recovery response.
This partnered report by FSHC and the National Low Income Housing Coalition identifies the failures of disaster recovery in four areas: emergency planning and response, post-disaster housing, long-term recovery, and mitigation and resiliency.
This report by FSHC and partners contains data on Hurricane Sandy recovery two and a half years after its landall, and explains the contributions of FSHC’s 2014 settlement on Hurricane Sandy Recovery with the state.
This report by FSHC and partners outlines the recovery response to Hurricane Sandy fifteen months after its landfall, and it offers suggestions for the use of upcoming federal disaster recovery funds.
This report by the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy at NYU and the Moelis Institute for Affordable Housing Policy at NYU details the effects of Hurricane Sandy on the NYC housing market.
This report contains firsthand accounts on the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy from survivors.
This report contains findings on the benefits of affordable housing and demographic data on the towns who shirked their affordable housing obligations at the time.