NYC to pay lucky homeowners up to $395K to build a tiny home as part of new programDec. 3, 2023
A tiny house on display at the United Nations Plaza in New York City on July 16, 2018
Why landlords kept unpaid rent plan secret from tenant groupsDec. 3, 2023
CHIP went solo when it pitched an alternative to housing court
Hochul confirms she’s not pursuing housing growth mandates in upcoming legislative sessionDec. 3, 2023
Gov. Kathy Hochul confirmed on Thursday that the growth mandates which anchored her housing plan this year will not be part of her agenda going into the new legislative session in January.
Landlords Are Tanking Their Tenants’ Credit ScoresDec. 3, 2023
“Good credit is priceless!”
'A Bloodbath': Reckoning For Rent-Stabilized Apartment Owners Starting To Set InNov. 19, 2023
'A Bloodbath': Reckoning For Rent-Stabilized Apartment Owners Starting To Set In
Signature’s rent-stabilized loans draw anemic interestNov. 19, 2023
FDIC rule disqualifies prospective bidders; others fear “toxic waste”
This is Going to be a Back Breaker’: Landmark Climate Law Poses Test for NYC’s Co-opsNov. 19, 2023
Local Law 97 is one of the most ambitious—and divisive—climate measures enacted in any U.S. city. While some co-op boards see the mandate as an opportunity to make sustainable upgrades to their buildings, others say it will drain their financial rese
Full Package of Rental Voucher Laws Not on Mayor’s Agenda, Despite Veto OverrideNov. 19, 2023
With under two months left on the clock, the administration is not taking steps to fully implement a package of bills that would expand rental voucher eligibility among New Yorkers facing eviction.
The bills still awaiting Kathy Hochul’s signature before the end of the yearNov. 19, 2023
The Legislature passed hundreds of bills before breaking in June. Many high-profile ones like eliminating even-year elections and a bill to create a reparations task force have yet to be signed.
The Best Hope to Rein in Rent Control Is Lurking on the Supreme Court's DocketNov. 12, 2023
The U.S. Supreme Court keeps putting off deciding whether to take up a challenge to New York's rent control scheme.