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Rochester hopes participation in Peer Cities Network leads to housing solutions (access required)

The city of Rochester hopes participation in New York University Furman Center Housing Solutions Lab's Peer Cities Network will help create a comprehensive housing plan that leads to increased home ownership, rent-to-income equilibrium and market stability. Rochester is one of nine cities selected to participate in the program. The others are Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Des Moines, ...
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