Four years after Mayor de Blasio was elected on promises of making the city more affordable, 5,000 people are expected to descend on City Hall and say he hasn't done nearly enough.
Metro-IAF will marshal supporters across the city at noon Monday to call on Hizzoner to go beyond his affordable housing plan and back their own.
The Metro-IAF plan calls for building 15,000 units of affordable senior housing on dozens of vacant lawns and parking lots owned by the New York City Housing Authority.
Seniors in NYCHA would get first crack at the units, freeing up their often large NYCHA apartments for younger families, some of them homeless. At the same time, Metro-IAF wants the mayor to spend big on NYCHA to repair deplorable conditions.