New York City is planning to shoehorn thousands of affordable homes into property parcels deemed "underutilized," including areas with parking lots and green space. About 3,500 units have already been built or are in the works. Ilene Popkin, assistant deputy general manager of the Housing Authority, said that parking lots turned into housing developments will be replaced with new nearby lots, but there is still some resentment over the project.

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