Housing

Mayor Bill de Blasio released a plan to end street homelessness in five years.
The next mayor will decide whether de Blasio’s new plan will succeed or fail.
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New York City has been sending homeless people around the country, and now the cities they move to are pushing back.
A better payment process is vital for the program housing the city’s homeless, critics say.
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REBNY’s political capital had to go somewhere during the fight over rent regulations.
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The Manhattan skyline looking out of a high rise window.
Tenant advocates want it, REBNY hates it and the Council is leaning in favor.
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Luxury apartment buildings on the edge of New York City's Central Park.
You’d think assessing New York City’s condos and coops like other homes would be a simple fix. Here’s why it isn’t.
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Brownstones near Prospect Park.
City & State compiled a list of key terms.
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Old NYC apartment building
Attention now turns to Cuomo days before state rent laws expire.
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Tenant advocates in Albany make a last-ditch effort to pass rent regulation reforms.
The policy debate raging between landlords and tenant advocates.
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A progressive push to extend and expand tenant protections hinges on Cuomo, upstate lawmakers and beating the clock.
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The fight to over rent laws is ramping up in Albany as the deadline to renew them fast approaches.
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