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akvis hdrfactory 3.5 crack The fundamental issue is that the rents that public housing tenants can afford are insufficient to cover operating costs, let alone capital expenses. NYCHA has been heavily reliant on federal and state programs for public subsidies to cover the deficiency. However, these programs either ended long ago or were curtailed. The problem has also been exacerbated by the age of the portfolio, with projects typically being more than 40 years old and some more than 70.

soul reaver 2 crack problem Instead of repairing and papering over the inherent problems of a failed model, all of the existing NYCHA projects should be wholly replaced, in phases, as a part of a total redevelopment of the sites. Instead of the Le Corbusier-inspired "towers in the park" design, which has proven so dysfunctional in the urban setting of New York City, the sites should be reintegrated into the surrounding communities. Warehousing of low-income households in ghetto-like projects—spatially, socially and economically set apart—is not an ideal to be preserved or replicated. The concept is to redevelop the properties entirely into brand new mixed-income, mixed-use communities.

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