Lucy Block
Research and Policy Associate

Lucy.B@anhd.org

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212-747-1117, ext. 13

Lucy Block is the Research and Policy Associate. She is responsible for research and data analysis to support tenant organizers and end residential displacement in New York City’s low-income neighborhoods and communities of color. She has a Master’s degree in Urban Planning from Hunter College and previously worked for Cypress Hills LDC, Jacob Riis Neighborhood Settlement, and Community Voices Heard. Lucy grew up in Stuyvesant Town and now lives in Elmhurst, Queens. She loves NYC most in the summer, when she can swim in the Rockaways and spend all night outside. She tolerates NYC in the winter, but definitely does not love it.  

Lucy's Blogs

Blog
October 2, 2018
More Ways to See and Understand Displacement with New and Updated Data
Blog
June 13, 2018
We’ve Updated Our Handy AMI Tool with 2018 Numbers
Blog
May 30, 2018
There remains a stark mismatch between the kinds of housing being created in New York City and the kinds of housing New York City’s existing households need.
Blog
January 11, 2018
The Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development (ANHD) is excited to release the next phase of our Displacement Alert Project (DAP): DAP District Reports. DAP Reports provide monthly updates on harassment and displacement risk in rent stabilized buildings across New York City’s 59 community districts.
Blog
October 12, 2017
Communities are paying close attention these days to exactly what kind of affordable housing is being promised to their neighborhood because they want to ensure that the housing is really meeting the greatest local and city need.