Without action a mural is just paint on pavement.
Investing in NYCHA and permanent affordable housing for low-income New Yorkers are just some of the suggestions.
Tenant advocates fear coronavirus could spread in cramped housing court.
The mayor has since lifted the city’s curfew.
Part of that money could go towards youth programs, housing, and homeless service, advocates say.
Not all New York renters are protected under the extended eviction moratorium.
Several New York City parks expect to lose millions of dollars in funding for upkeep and maintenance.
Immigrants live in some of NYC’s worst-hit neighborhoods. Now they’re struggling to pay rent.
"We’re the ones unclogging the toilet. We’re the ones shoveling the snow."
The planned viewing platform takes design inspiration from the icon’s former Jazz Age speakeasy.
Hundreds of homeless individuals are now escorted out of the subways every night, but for many, the shelters offer no respite.
Looking to get involved? Here are NYC organizations in need of volunteers or donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tenants cannot be legally evicted in New York until August 20.
"We don’t have enough money to stay in New York or to pay rent"
The New York City subway will stop running between 1 and 5 a.m. to disinfect trains.
The move will help New Yorkers socially distance amid the coronavirus pandemic.
New York tenants could see relief under a sweeping package of legislation.
If you absolutely need to move out, here’s how to do it safely.
The city’s Rent Guidelines Board released its report on landlords’s income and expenses ahead of the agency’s yearly hearings.
Mayor de Blasio said officials "do not have a plan to open the beaches."
A new report found that new inventory dropped by 89 percent from this time last year.
The station will help those on the frontlines of the pandemic get around more easily
Lawmakers and tenants’ rights groups have proposed a rent suspension, a freeze on increases, and other policies.
The states will coordinate their efforts to relax restrictions in the coming weeks
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that around 2,000 homeless New Yorkers would soon be relocated to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Architects are crafting thousands of face shields for first responders each week.
Architects and engineers have been told to suspend work on city-backed projects for the foreseeable future
Advocates call for the city to use 30,000 of its vacant hotel rooms to house homeless New Yorkers during the coronavirus pandemic.
New legislation would essentially extend a statewide moratorium on evictions
Brokers are exploring virtual tours and FaceTime in lieu of traditional open houses.
The new restrictions are aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19 throughout New York state.
A program to pedestrianize some city streets to encourage social distancing will end because of "personnel" issues