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
The “community preference” that allots half of affordable apartments to locals is under fire in a federal civil rights lawsuit — and makes getting a place harder for many.
THE CITY analyzed 18 million applications for apartments and confirmed low-income applicants’ deeply felt sense that the system is stacked against them.
Additional reporting by Clifford Michel Sign up for “THE CITY Scoop,” our daily newsletter where we send you stories like this first thing in the morning. Six out of 10 community board members in The Bronx’s Morris Park are white in a neighborhood where only 22% of people are. At Midtown Manhattan’s community board, men […]
Additional reporting by Graphics By Audrey Carlsen and Kazi Awal Nearly 70% of New York City’s residents are Hispanic, black, Asian or mixed race — a non-white majority that’s steadily solidified since the 1980s. But over at One Police Plaza, the top ranks of the New York City Police Department appear to be frozen in […]