Pols slam NYCHA’s plan for de Blasio donor to build pricey apartments on public land in Manhattan


A growing list of elected officials Tuesday came out against NYCHA’s plan to build high-end housing on public land, with U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney talking about filing legislation that would stop it.

Two weeks ago, NYCHA picked a developer to build a 47-story tower on what is now a NYCHA playground at Holmes Towers on the Upper East Side.

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