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.
The NYCHA Howard Houses in Brooklyn.
It could help prevent spikes in coronavirus cases as people spend more time indoors this winter.
SoHo neighborhood in Manhattan.
While most expressed at least theoretical support, missing details prevent them from fully committing.
Activists hang a cancel rent sign in New York City on August 6, 2020.
The Trump administration paused evictions until the end of the year, but it won’t cover all New Yorkers.
A number of quality-of-life complaints were made by residents in the neighborhoods where homeless people were transferred to during the height of the coronavirus crisis, such as the Upper West Side and Hell’s Kitchen in Manhattan.
Despite Mayor Bill de Blasio’s announcement, it’s unclear what the city will do to help homeless New Yorkers.
The Belleclaire Hotel on the Upper West Side.
Affluent neighborhoods should help solve homelessness.
Buildings overlooking Battery Park in the Financial District of Manhattan.
Upzone commercial areas to allow more housing in them.