Linda Rosenthal

Council Speaker Corey Johnson and others vow to aid elderly in the Hell’s Kitchen residence run by a nonprofit tied to pet food magnate Leonard Stern.
Amid a housing crisis for elderly New Yorkers, reps for The Riverview in Hell’s Kitchen says it couldn’t find seniors to fill the 80-unit building.
Once a deal sweetener, so-called good faith deposits are increasingly being requested from prospective renters who risk losing their money.
Two Assembly members plan to introduce legislation to allow thousands in penalties for not following a $20 application cap and other reforms.
Real estate group tells members that law’s limits on charges for apartment applications applies only to landlords. Tenants and lawmakers cry foul.
Talk of affordable housing construction on land at Harborview Terrace in Hell’s Kitchen began with the 2005 Hudson Yards deal.
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