Housing

Fountain and Residential Buildings at StuyTown in New York City
A new book by former City Council Member Daniel Garodnick explores the grassroots effort to keep the Manhattan complex affordable.
The Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West Side
The plan is enmeshed in state budget negotiations, with a gap between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state Senate Deputy Majority Leader Michael Gianaris.
The "Abolition Living Room" created by protestors
The number of renters suffering hardships due to COVID-19 and seeking moratoriums on their rent through May 1, has more than tripled.
The village of Tarrytown in Westchester County.
New proposals represent progress on suburban affordable housing, but are insufficiently ambitious.
Excelsior unpacks the tenants’ rights movement
Understanding the tenants’ rights movement.
NYC has become overly reliant on a limited number of nonprofits
The New York Times’ bombshell report about one of the city’s biggest homeless shelter providers points to its inability to hold shelter operators accountable for their troubling behavior.
People participate in a protest calling on New York to cancel rent outside of a New York Civil Court in Brooklyn on July 7, 2020.
The new law is a temporary patch until lawmakers find a real solution.
State Senate Housing Committee Chair Brian Kavanagh
Lawmakers and activists say a new eviction moratorium is the first step in a wider 2021 effort.
The coronavirus revealed the cracks in New York's foundation.
Experts, advocates and lawmakers on the ambitious policies that could remake New York after the pandemic.
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