Housing

New York City tenant advocates are hopeful that the Democrats will go to bat for renters.
What’s on the table in next year’s rent regulation debate.
Policy
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Nydia Velázquez
Rep. Nydia Velázquez is banking on a bipartisan infrastructure bill – with funding for NYCHA.
Personality
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new york housing
Some types of housing pop up in unexpected places, according to new Community Service Society maps.
Policy
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Andrea Stewart Cousins Somos
Strengthening rent regulations for tenants is atop the party’s to-do list.
Policy
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New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams
A Q&A with the former lieutenant governor candidate who joins a crowded field vying for Letitia James' still-occupied seat.
Personality
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Donald Trump tax returns
City, state and federal authorities could hardly keep up with the ways that money moved from father to son.
Policy
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A rendering of what the Bronx Point development will look like.
The mixed-use development could reshape the South Bronx.
Policy
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Cynthia Nixon and Jumaane Williams universal rent control
Progressive primary candidates have struggled to define how they would institute it.
Policy
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Homeless person pushing a shopping cart in New York City
Rising rents are driving New York City’s latest homelessness crisis. Here’s how to fix it.
Opinion
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A sign on the Brooklyn Bridge denotes where Brooklyn and Manhattan meet.
Developments and dilemmas in the city’s most buzzworthy borough.
News & Politics
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