The Bistricer family will receive a 40-year tax exemption in exchange for cleaning up the mess it has long been blamed for at Brooklyn’s beleaguered Flatbush Gardens.
While the increase is at the lower end of the range the RGB previously had proposed, it’s larger than any hike from the de Blasio years.
To help renters make better-informed choices, leases must disclose a property’s propensity to flood and whether it suffered flood damage in the past.
Yosef Zvieli faced foreclosure after running a residence for Brooklyn College students into the ground. Then he retained the political kingpin who has since become New York’s power broker of the moment.
Long-time residents say they’re being hit with huge rent increases that have unsettled their lives and forced some of them to leave the building.
A handful of private buildings are responsible for a vastly outsized share of heat complaints, according to a new report from the city comptroller’s office.
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.
Local Law 97 puts carbon caps on buildings bigger than 25,000 square feet — the city’s largest source of greenhouse gas emissions. With the rules still in draft form, landlords are trying to figure out what they need to do now.
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.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office contends six developers ‘fraudulently obtained’ more than $1 million in tax credits aimed at boosting affordable housing.