Upstate schools are closing and volunteer fire departments are struggling with recruitment. Some locals blame a surge of city residents who bought second homes during the pandemic.
Hempstead once passed plans to spur apartments near LIRR stations. Now it’s extending a development moratorium.
Assembly and Senate budget bills both challenge foundations of proposals by the governor and mayor to build hundreds of thousands of new homes.
Albany lawmakers look to open the Emergency Rental Assistance Program to public housing statewide, as NYC’s ailing housing authority raids savings and halts repairs.
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.
In her State of the City speech Wednesday, the legislative leader is expected to propose putting up new public housing in unused plots within existing NYCHA developments.
Fund to finance fixes at city Housing Authority falls behind schedule set by now-departed boss Greg Russ. Now what?
Lower-income households could see as much as $15,000 in emergency cash assistance after an extreme deluge.
The city’s housing agency is also suing, seeking to have heat and hot water restored to residents suffering multiple plagues.
Landlords need Albany action to turn Manhattan commercial buildings into apartments — and that’s just the start of their challenges.
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At a time when most tenants in Housing Court lack an attorney, and lawyers are going on strike, official review of the ‘Right to Counsel’ law won’t start until the work week ends.
A $29 million state loan was supposed to help fund the rehabilitation of two Mitchell-Lama rental buildings, but tenants say living conditions remain dire.
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.
A landlord filed 54 Housing Court cases last week demanding months and even years of unpaid rent. Tenants say the city Department of Social Services didn’t come through on its share of the bill.
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.
Dozens of families who fled flooded apartments have to leave the Lower Manhattan hotel they call home by Feb. 28.
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.
Some asylum seekers who had refused to move to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal gave in after cold nights outdoors, while others held out demanding work permits.