Gov. Kathy Hochul announced heightened affordable housing goals Thursday for the first residential tower at the World Trade Center, cheering local advocates who have pressed for more low-rent apartments at the publicly owned site. One-third of the 1,200 units planned for a 900-foot-tall high-rise dubbed 5WTC will be set aside at rent levels below market […]
Mayor says he’ll instruct NYPD to get people to psychiatric treatment when they fail to meet their “basic needs.” Advocates say he’s crossing a line.
For 20 years, Clarissa Crader has done everything in her power to get Justin Campbell care for his schizophrenia. He just got off probation after beating an elderly man. Now what?
Congressional and state seats have changed. Before the 2022 summer primary elections, find out who’s running and how your old districts stack up with your new ones.
THE CITY asked City Hall contenders where they stand on tough decisions affecting the future of New York City — and invites you to see which candidates align with your own responses to the same questions
More than 50 state lawmakers voiced strong opposition Thursday to a Trump administration proposal that would override New York State’s 25% interest rate cap for borrowers and allow high-cost, high-fee loans — including those issued online. Banking committee chairs Sen. James Sanders Jr. (D-Queens) and Assemblymember Thomas J. Abinanti (D-Westchester) and colleagues warned that the […]
Sign up for “THE CITY Scoop,” our daily newsletter where we send you stories like this first thing in the morning. Luxury development wasn’t what state officials envisioned when they sold an ornate, century-old office building in Bedford-Stuyvesant to an arm of a local anti-poverty nonprofit, seeking to create jobs with “neighborhood-oriented focus.” But upscale […]