The four year scheme took dozens of units off the market
A partnership between Airbnb and RXR Realty will create a hotel-like experience in a historic skyscraper
The lawsuit accuses the firm of using fake identities and multiple corporate accounts to run an illegal hotel operation.
The new law required Airbnb and similar companies to hand over detailed information to the city on a monthly basis
Under a new set of proposed rules, sites like Airbnb would be required to submit monthly reports to the city.
The city has issued violations to 20 apartments owners within the 46-story building
The lawsuit is the first filed against illegal hotel operators in multiple boroughs.
The proposed law would require hosts to register names, addresses, and listing information with the city.
Big Apple Management has been accused of using seven rent-stabilized apartment buildings as Airbnb rentals.
The City Council is expected to propose new legislation that would allow for more regulation on short-term rental sites.
AirDNA says there are "several crucial errors" in comptroller Scott Stringer’s report on NYC rents and Airbnb
A new report says that Airbnb is responsible for rising rents in some Manhattan and Brooklyn neighborhoods.
City Council speaker Corey Johnson is calling upon Mayor de Blasio to increase funding for the Office of Special Enforcement.
The couple is planning to fight back and may join in on a class-action lawsuit against the city.
A new study funded by a hotel workers union finds that by taking some housing offline and increasing demand for long-term rentals, Airbnb has directly lead to an increase in the city’s median rent.
It operated for years despite persistent complaints
And no, Magnolia Bakery cupcakes are not part of the package.
The modest Jamaica Estates house has had quite the real estate saga since hitting the market in 2016.
The number of active Airbnb rentals in New York City is on the rise following the city’s crackdown on illegal short-term stay listings.
The bill’s sponsor says that the measure will help thwart illegal rentals, but Airbnb doesn’t agree.
Ironstate Development hopes to lure younger tenants who use Airbnb by letting them rent their apartments out using the service.
This latest development is in sharp contrast to news that emerged last week about the city struggling to enforce the anti-Airbnb law.
The city has only managed to crack down on 139 of more than 23,000 potentially illegal listings.
The bill has garnered some support in the state legislature, but since the State Assembly is heavily Democrat, it’s very likely that this bill will flounder.
The office in charge of doling out fines for illegal short-term stay listings is about to get a whole lot bigger.
Many of Trump Tower’s apartments are currently for sale or for rent, but at least one resident went another route for making some cash off of the building’s newfound notoriety: Airbnb.
An Airbnb watchdog site claims that white people are profiting most off of the short-term stay site. In NYC, the biggest disparity between the percentage of white hosts in comparison to its white population can be found in Stuyvesant Heights.
Hank Freid will be required to pay a total of $27,000 in fines for newly discovered illegal listings.
Outraged by the recent executive order, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky announced that the site will offer free housing to refugees affected by the ban. Here’s what New Yorkers interested in volunteering need to know.
The room share site is concerned over the city’s jurisdiction in regards to the new penalizing legislation.
Airbnb’s lawsuit against NYC and the Attorney General upholds that the ads made illegal by last month’s law should be protected as free speech. The short-term stay site also says the language of the law is ambiguous about who can be fined.
He called the recent bill signed by Governor Cuomo a ‘big boost in the arm’ for prices within their hotels brands.
Governor Cuomo has signed a bill into law that will impose fines up to $7,500 on users who advertise illegal short-term rentals
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While it is already illegal to rent out your entire apartment for less than 30 days without your presence in the home, Airbnb is arguing that the new legislation is a violation of First Amendment rights.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been on the hunt for a NYC apartment that would serve as their home away from home, courtesy of Airbnb. It appears that The Wests have landed in their new, glamorous digs: a 7,000-square-foot Tribeca penthouse.