NYC lawmakers urge rollback of climate change law, citing costs to constituentsSept. 30, 2023
New York City lawmakers are pushing legislation that would roll back strict requirements under a new climate change law for buildings covering 800,000 co-op and condo apartments, citing costs that could have their homeowning tenants seeing red.
More New Yorkers must compost food scraps starting next weekSept. 30, 2023
Starting Oct. 2, all 2.5 million Brooklynites—or the owners of the apartment buildings they live in—will need to place organic waste in bins near the curb each week
Adams wants to scrap parking mandates in new resi projectsSept. 24, 2023
Text amendment in “City of Yes” plan also includes legalizing ADUs
It’s taking NYC over a year to fix up vacant public housing units, report showsSept. 24, 2023
New York City’s public housing agency is taking over a year to repair and rent empty apartments despite a sharp rise in homelessness across the city, according to an annual report card released by the Mayor’s Office Friday.
Landlords laud Airbnb crackdown, but two-family owners cry foulSept. 9, 2023
Local Law 18 essentially bans short-term rentals in NYC
The mysterious wave of illegal rental complaints against Mayor Adams and top city leadersSept. 9, 2023
The mysterious wave of illegal rental complaints against Mayor Adams and top city leaders
Pilot project to rehab rent-stabilized units is months behind scheduleSept. 3, 2023
Landlords say delay pushes back realization that it won’t work
Landlords divided over new law fining them for illegal pot shopsSept. 3, 2023
Landlords divided over new law fining them for illegal pot shops
Podcast: NYC Rent Stabilization? Real Solutions by Real Owners!July 19, 2023
SPONY members discuss NYC rent stabilization
NYCHA Rent Hikes Coming for Tenants Deemed ‘Over Income’June 18, 2023
Last week, the Housing Authority sent notices to 290 households with higher income saying they must pay higher rent, and foot the bill for utilities.