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Hardly seven years after religious fanatics punctured Manhattan’s fabled skyline, economic disease sprang from its financial bowels, challenging America’s economic vitality, sway and faith.
Some 100,000 residential units around the country are being used as offices instead of living spaces.
Finance Minister Yair Lapid, who chairs the committee, said lowering housing prices was one of the biggest tests of his budget.
There will be some commercial units included in the project as well.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
She has introduced laws aimed at increasing the protection of the personal safety of infants and toddlers while serving as the chairwoman of the Committee on Children Rights.
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
"We must take moral responsibility. There is no sovereignty without responsibility," Elkin said.
Cohen warns that the loss of interest by foreign builders and a sharp decline in overall construction will put Israel at risk of suffering a recession in the real estate industry.
By SARAH LEVI
City Hall working with WeWork to introduce legislation approving co-living residents
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
According to the Jewish Agency, there currently is a waiting list of 27,000 low-income Israeli seniors, half of whom are Holocaust survivors, for subsidized housing.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Jerusalem and Washington representatives have convened to discuss how to increase "the availability of affordable housing" for Americans and Israelis alike.
By MICHAEL WILNER
'They run our lives and think they can do whatever they want.'
By UDI SHAHAM
“I won, but what about all the other people who tried?” MK Biran asks, criticizing Kahlon’s flagship project.
By LAHAV HARKOV
“The nation demands social justice, and this is a step on the way,” 2011 protests icon MK Stav Shaffir said.
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