The short-term rental platform warns it will pull listings, alleging that just nine accounts have gotten a green light from the local government enforcement agency.
Officials give go-ahead for a residential tower with 30% set-aside for below-market rentals, up from previous promise of 25%.
The Housing Authority seeks city funds to remedy hundreds of violations for faulty brickwork, but the Office of Management and Budget says budget rules prevent it.
Developers and tenant advocates alike say leaders in Albany failed to put muscle into pushing ambitious development proposals, allowing naysayers to win.
The governor indicated she would back a voucher program and make more money available for NYCHA to cover unpaid rent.
The Rent Guidelines Board finds an increase in the number of financially stressed rent-regulated buildings.
The Legal Aid Society and Legal Services NYC are being authorized to help tenants facing eviction by processing rental assistance applications directly.
Signature was a big lender to apartment owners, especially of rent-regulated buildings, and that could put a bigger squeeze on owners.
After five months, tenants and landlords are still unable to use an application that would streamline access to city-funded rental assistance benefits.
New data from the housing group JustFix shows thousands of NYC apartments didn’t register as rent-stabilized — even after a 2019 law required continued controls with few exceptions.
Data from a housing nonprofit, obtained exclusively by THE CITY, shows where thousands of rent-stabilized units remain unaccounted for by the state.
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Adolfo Carrión once paid a hefty ethics fine over “free” architectural services arranged by developer Peter Fine. Now Fine has hired lobbyists to seek Carrión’s help for his Bronx development.
A handful of tenants were accepted at first — then rejected after being asked to document their incomes.
State legislature housing committee chairs Linda Rosenthal and Brian Kavanagh announce they’re ready to embrace the governor’s pro-growth agenda.
The governor, with Mayor Eric Adams’ support, wants to help build hundreds of thousands more homes. Getting her controversial plans through the polarized state legislature will be a big test of her power.
Minneapolis-based public housing poobah’s $258,000 job will become a volunteer post, as NYC Housing Authority struggles with basic maintenance.
A record of your unit’s rental history from a state housing agency is the best place to start. Here’s how to get it.
City planners look to create as many as 6,000 new apartments near future Metro-North stations, among 50,000 homes to come.
Housing officials say that landlords registered 38,000 vacant units so far this year, down from the 60,000 reported in 2021. Landlords are still pressing for an end to restrictions they say keep apartments offline.
Testimony and a new report highlight how rent-regulated apartments are disappearing thanks to creative combining of units. The state is weighing rule changes that aim to end the practice.
Permits for more than 58,000 apartments show rush to secure lucrative 421-a benefit ahead of state law’s June expiration.
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