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De Blasio Pins Affordable Housing Hopes On Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning

Nov 03, 2013

Democratic mayoral hopeful Bill de Blasio has ambitious plans to reshape the inequalities in the real estate market by mandating developers build affordable housing. His plan to ensure that New York

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Hurricane Sandy Buyouts Cause Storm Of Confusion, Worry From Politicians

May 01, 2013

ALBANY, N.Y. — The Fox Beach community of Staten island sits only a few blocks from the ocean on wetlands where tall reeds sprout across the landscape. After the lives of

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Families Displaced By Superstorm Sandy Are Running Out Of Time

Apr 28, 2013

NEW YORK — Since being displaced by Superstorm Sandy from their Far Rockaway apartment, Cherrell Manuel and her four children have lived in two different hotels. At the Park Central Hotel

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A Harlem Voice For Tenants In Albany?

Feb 13, 2013

ALBANY, N.Y. — Assemblyman Keith Wright has resided at the same apartment at the storied Riverton Houses in Harlem for all of his 58 years. “Not many people can say

Last Updated (Tuesday, June 04, 2013 02:32 PM)

Who Will Live In Bloomberg's Micro-Apartments?

Jan 21, 2013

NEW YORK — Nicole Guzzardi's first experience living in Manhattan was, to say the least, cramped. She had gotten herself a sub-300-square-foot studio in the Lower East Side, but space was

Last Updated (Tuesday, June 04, 2013 02:25 PM)

After losing rent subsidy, disabled NYers face eviction

Jun 04, 2012

NEW YORK – Judith Patel, a disabled senior who was homeless for years until she got her apartment in 2009, is going to housing court this week for the third

Last Updated (Tuesday, June 04, 2013 02:00 PM)

NY tenant groups gear up for another round

May 29, 2012

Gov. Andrew Cuomo touted it as “the greatest strengthening of rent laws in decades” when the state Legislature approved a package of bills last year that renewed the city’s rent

Last Updated (Tuesday, June 04, 2013 02:00 PM)

Court Finds City Isn't Obligated to Continue Housing Program

Apr 11, 2012

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Last Updated (Tuesday, June 04, 2013 01:56 PM)

Council Acts on Foreclosures

Feb 02, 2012

Photo by William Alatriste First your heat is turned off. Then the leaks start. Mold is growing and harmful lead paint begins to peel. Countless calls to the landlord go unreturned,

Last Updated (Tuesday, June 04, 2013 12:09 PM)