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Bridging Hybrid Harlem

Harlem’s NYCHA subsidized housing projects are hybridized through tower bridging and refurbishment that support civic action and skill-building, while providing shops and spaces for community economic development. The new Wagner Houses integrate the industrial and domestic realms with experimental live-work-learn co-ops to address isolation, unemployment, and unaffordable housing, while allowing residents to earn wages and build creative businesses as they build their efficient collective homes.