Eric Adams’ plan promises to get homeless housed faster, but lacks key details

Mayor Eric Adams rolled out a plan for the Big Apple on Tuesday that promised to help homeless New Yorkers find housing and combat soaring rents across the city, but lacked key details including how much housing he hoped to build across the five boroughs.

Adams swatted away and even tried to pre-empt questions about how his plan would remedy the city’s decades-long failure to construct enough new apartments and homes to meet demand, failures his own top appointees described as crucial contributors to skyrocketing rents and the city’s homelessness crisis.

“It’s often asked, ‘How many units you going to build? How many units you

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