Julia Vitullo-Martin

Julia Vitullo-Martin appears in the following:

Funding Public Services Through Real Estate Development

Friday, March 29, 2013

Julia Vitullo-Martin, director of the Center for Urban Innovation at the Regional Plan Association and Tom Angotti, director of the Hunter College Center for Community Planning and development, discuss the tactic of funding public housing projects, libraries, schools and post offices through developing real estate.

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30 Issues Day 7: Rezoning New York

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

When it comes to development and the balance between commercial, industrial, and residential projects, zoning laws may be everything. So when it comes to assessing the candidates for Mayor, zoning policy matters. Vicki Been, director of the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy at NYU explains zoning basics. ...

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Back to the '70s

Friday, November 21, 2008

Julia Vitullo-Martin, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and director of the Center for Rethinking Development, talks about what does happen if New York makes a return to the 1970s.

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Back to the 70's

Friday, November 21, 2008

The current fiscal crisis has everybody looking back to the 1970’s. Julia Vitullo-Martin, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, discusses what the comparison means and if we should venture down that road. Plus, Nobel Prize winning biologist Dr. David Baltimore on the case of one man’s unintentional AIDS cure and ...

Underreported: NYCHA’s Woes

Thursday, September 25, 2008

The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is the nation’s largest public housing authority. It’s also facing big troubles. It has a huge operating deficit on its budget, and is also dealing with rising fuel costs, deteriorating properties, and budget cuts. We look into how things got this bad, and ...

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The Politics of Public Housing

Thursday, August 09, 2007

We continue our look at New York's public housing developments with three guests: City Councilwoman Rosie Mendez, (D-2nd) representing the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Manhattan Institute's Julia Vitullo-Martin, director of the Center for Rethinking Development, and David Jones, president and CEO of The Community Service Society (CSS).

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On the Waterfront

Monday, June 18, 2007

Lisa Kersavage, Kress/RFR fellow of historic preservation and public policy at The Municipal Art Society, Julia Vitullo-Martin, Senior Fellow at The Manhattan Institute and Director of the Center for Rethinking Development, and NYC Councilman David Yassky (D-Brooklyn 33rd), discuss the designation of Brooklyn’s industrial ...