City to expand sidewalk shed fines in bid to get them down faster
July 30, 2023
Mayor Eric Adams is overhauling the city's rules around its sidewalk sheds, including stepping up fines in central business districts, in an effort to get the infamous scaffolding down faster.
Is Airbnb allowed in your building? Our map shows which NYC addresses ban the rentals.
July 30, 2023
New York City landlords are adding thousands of addresses to a list that will keep tourists from crashing in their apartment buildings under a new anti-Airbnb law.
NYC Official: Lower Local Law 97 Fines For Owners That Make 'Good Faith' Efforts
July 30, 2023
New rules around New York City's polarizing building emission cap legislation are set to be out later this summer
Mayor letting rent-hike myth become reality
July 23, 2023
Adams tolerates claims he sided with landlords at Rent Guidelines Board
Democrats whine about Con Ed hikes caused by their own dumb policies
July 23, 2023
Better sit down before you open your next Con Ed bill: Rates are set to soar, starting next month — and double over the next two years
Build, baby, build: Hochul goes around the obstructive Legislature to push more housing construction
July 23, 2023
Governor Hochul announced several executive actions to promote housing growth as part of her ongoing commitment to addressing New York’s housing crisis, largely driven by a severe housing shortage.
These pols failed to do what they require of landlords
July 23, 2023
City government imposes a dizzying array of requirements on landlords, as some of its own leaders have found out — the hard way.
Property tax reform never happens: NYC’s real estate levy system must be repaired
July 23, 2023
No longtime observer of New York politics is shocked that one critical issue was never even part of the conversation: the reform of New York City’s broken property tax system.
Podcast: NYC Rent Stabilization? Real Solutions by Real Owners!
July 19, 2023
SPONY members discuss NYC rent stabilization
The Housing Session That Wasn't
July 16, 2023
End of NY legislative session becomes nightmare for real estate