FAC envisions an equitable New York City where all people can live in stable & thriving communities that are inclusive, healthy and sustainable.
We advance economic, social, and racial justice
through integrated, community-centered affordable housing, grassroots organizing and policy advocacy, and transformative education, training, and services that build the power to shape our community’s future.
FAC works to transform the lives of over 5,500 low- and moderate-income New Yorkers annually so that we can all live and work with dignity and respect while making our community more equitable, sustainable, inclusive, and just.
FAC’s Executive Director Michelle de la Uz and the Executive Director of the New York Housing Conference, Rachel Fee recently published an Op-Ed in City Limits about the need to extend the 421-a deadline which is crucial for mixed income projects and affordable housing.Read More
FAC’s Executive Director Michelle de la Uz and City Councilmember Brad Lander recently published an Op-Ed in City Limits about the Gowanus rezoning and how a process which engaged diverse stakeholders led to equitable outcomes for the neighborhood.Read More