Neighborhoods like Edgemere, Queens, now have to wait even longer for major housing projects to rise.
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All your pressing questions about this year’s Rent Guidelines Board decision, answered.
Part of that money could go towards youth programs, housing, and homeless service, advocates say.
Owners of city-funded buildings with income-targeted housing are being asked to set aside apartments for homeless New Yorkers
"People are losing their jobs, closing their businesses—it’s going to be hard to continue to pay our rent."
As NYC neighborhoods push back against rezonings, de Blasio’s signature housing policy is threatened
Neighborhoods from Inwood to Bushwick are pushing back and stalling major changes proposed for their communities.
A state audit found that New Yorkers paid thousands in fees with a slim chance at getting the coveted Mitchell-Lama apartments.
The bill is expected to create 1,000 new apartments for the homeless per year.
The city estimates some 3,600 New Yorkers live on the streets.
Housing advocates and pols are pushing for a racial impact study for city rezonings.
There are at least 2,000 abandoned and deteriorated homes on the brink of foreclosure in NYC.
The massive Far Rockaway project will take 15 years to build.
The project will convert the former jail site into a mixed-use development.
The deal preserves nearly 1,600 affordable apartments for the next 50 years.
A new report delves into where the city has fallen short in its housing plan.
"There is still much work to be done," one of the advocates said.
The bill would benefit households making less than $125,000/year and spending more than 30 percent on rent.
Three new shared housing projects will provide close to 300 beds for New Yorkers
The project will incorporate the ruins of the 1850 synagogue with a new congregation space.
The building will be 100 percent affordable and include supportive housing
The nine rentals are available to New Yorkers making upwards of $38,000/year.
The units will be upgraded and their affordability preserved through a new city program
Applicants will now have the option to provide rent payment history instead of a credit check
The city is seeking proposals for two 100% affordable housing developments
The bank has ties to the men who sold 17 buildings for $173M to the city
City creates record number of affordable homes for vulnerable New Yorkers, but critics remain skeptical
Advocates weigh in on the city’s new housing numbers
Five former Mitchell-Lama properties will largely return to rent regulation after their purchase by L+M Development Partners and Invesco.
"The ends do not justify the means," said one city lawmaker
The $121.5 million residential phase of the project will wrap up in 2021
An expert found that the city’s lottery system reinforces racial segregation
The apartments are at Compass Residences, a major affordable housing development in The Bronx
The city slammed the rule as "weaponizing immigration status"
A new study explores the biggest factors that lead to homelessness
The vote caps a years-long process to rezone State Island’s north shore
But two lawsuits have been filed to stop the affordable housing project from happening