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It’s taking NYC over a year to fix up vacant public housing units, report shows
Sept. 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.
Have Small NYC Multifamily Owners Been Screwed By The System?
Sept. 24, 2023
SPONY members Emily Barlow and Ann Korchak guests on Do You Ever Wonder?
Adams wants to scrap parking mandates in new resi projects
Sept. 24, 2023
Text amendment in “City of Yes” plan also includes legalizing ADUs
Will the Supreme Court End Rent Control?
Sept. 24, 2023
Two cases before the justices could determine whether New York’s Rent Stabilization Law is a compensable government taking.
Cut and run: Rent-stabilized landlord sells at 44% haircut
Sept. 24, 2023
Deal shows blow 2019 rent law dealt to valuations
New York’s rent laws are a gross violation of property rights
Sept. 24, 2023
Opinion - George Will
The mysterious wave of illegal rental complaints against Mayor Adams and top city leaders
Sept. 9, 2023
The mysterious wave of illegal rental complaints against Mayor Adams and top city leaders
Housing Agency Ignores Law Requiring Public Disclosure of NYCHA Code Violations
Sept. 9, 2023
Since January, state law has required the city to detail public housing problems in its online portal. That’s not happening.
See The List Of NYC Lawmakers Who Waged War On Homeowners In Favor Of Hotel Lobbyists
Sept. 9, 2023
(See the List of City Council Members who voted for this law, which absolutely hurts black homeowners)
Leading commercial real estate broker warns city is headed for hard times
Sept. 9, 2023
Leading commercial real estate broker warns city is headed for hard times