NYC building sales slump despite plummeting prices because of crippling regulations, high interest rates By Social Links for
Jan. 28, 2024
Buyers are walking away from building deals, creating opportunities for some
Progressive NYC Council members to be stripped of committee chairs
Jan. 21, 2024
Voting against the budget may cost members leadership positions, under Speaker Adrienne Adams
Hochul plan: Hopeless, but at least calls lawmakers’ bluff
Jan. 14, 2024
Governor asks legislature to cede control of housing to NYC
Engineer suspended over ‘catastrophic’ error at collapsed NYC building
Dec. 17, 2023
Measure now allows some background checks and seems likely to pass
'A Bloodbath': Reckoning For Rent-Stabilized Apartment Owners Starting To Set In
Nov. 19, 2023
'A Bloodbath': Reckoning For Rent-Stabilized Apartment Owners Starting To Set In
NYC rents shift into reverse
Nov. 12, 2023
Manhattan’s annualized rent growth lowest since 2021
NYC Council members to push law to padlock the hordes of illegal pot shops throughout the Big Apple
Nov. 4, 2023
City Council members are pushing legislation to make it easier to padlock the hordes of unlicensed pot shops that are choking their neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs
As property insurance surges, some landlords are “losing their minds”
Nov. 4, 2023
Surging claims, decaying buildings and a carrier exodus driving costs
NYC wants to allow housing vouchers statewide. Why counties are opposed.
Nov. 4, 2023
New York City Mayor Eric Adams plans to let residents with housing vouchers use them across New York, angering many local leaders.Spencer Platt/Getty Images
NYC landlords file suits claiming Airbnb and tenants ‘thumbing their noses’ at new home-sharing restrictions
Nov. 4, 2023
The owner of this luxury apartment building at 30 W. 63rd St. is suing a tenant, Jerome Dewald, for listing his apartment on Airbnb