Press | September 21, 2016

Getting Older in New York City

“Christine Hunter, a principal at New York-based Magnusson Architecture and Planning and the co-chair of the AIA committee, says they are working on getting the booklet in the hands of neighborhood housing nonprofits, architects, developers, and landlords. These solutions are for retrofitting existing buildings, not necessarily for developing new ones, which means that ultimately the responsibility lies with the landlord for actually putting them in place.”


Fast Co.Design

New York City’s Quest to Become A Better Place to Get Old
Being elderly in New York is a huge challenge. Now the city is trying to change, and it’s starting with housing.
By Meg Miller