Jan 31, 2002

Taub, Furman Centers Launch Housing Breakfast Series

FEBRUARY, 2002

The Taub Center For Urban Policy Research and the Furman Center For Real Estate and Urban Policy have begun a monthly breakfast series on housing. The first breakfast on February 28th featured Jerilyn Perine, Commissioner of the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development and a former Wagner graduate student in urban planning, who spoke on "New Directions in Housing Policy."

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