Ask Sam: Can I use my rent-stabilized apartment as an Airbnb?
Jan. 11, 2023
A new NYC law requires hosts to register their short-term rentals. Stabilized tenants have limits on what they can charge guests. BY HIMMELSTEIN MCCONNELL GRIBBEN & JOSEPH LLP, Brick Underground
Legislative housing chairs weigh in on Hochul’s NY Housing Compact
Jan. 10, 2023
Perhaps the biggest proposal to come out of Gov. Kathy Hochul’s second State of the State address was a plan to create 800,000 new homes over the next decade across the state. By Tim William, Spectrum News 1
Governor Hochul Announces Statewide Strategy to Address New York’s Housing Crisis and Build 800,000 New Homes
Jan. 10, 2023
New York Housing Compact Will Set Local Housing Targets, Include Local Participation to Achieve Housing Growth in Every Community
On Politics: Adversaries prepare to go another round on good cause eviction
Jan. 9, 2023
By ROSS BARKAN, Crain's New York Business
Zoning fights may become political liabilities in upcoming 2023 NYC Council primaries
Jan. 9, 2023
Everyone is talking about building new housing. With rezonings under the microscope, will development sway City Council elections? By Sahalie Donaldson, City & State New York
Weekly Newsletter 1/8/23
Jan. 8, 2023
Sweet rent-control deal poses a blatant conflict of interest for new Assembly Housing chief Linda Rosenthal
Jan. 6, 2023
The six-figure-salaried Rosenthal has been living in a rent-stabilized apartment since 1984. By Post Editorial Board, New York Post
How extreme rent rules deepen NYC’s housing crisis
Jan. 6, 2023
More than 30% of all rent-stabilized apartments have preferential rents lower than laddlords are legally allowed to charge tenants. By Post Editorial Board, New York Post
2023 Could Be Year of Rent-Stabilized Housing Collapse; Here’s How We Avoid That
Jan. 6, 2023
I can’t say I am optimistic about 2023. By Jay Martin, Gotham Gazette
Lawmaker’s Victory May Cost Him Coveted Manhattan Apartment
Jan. 6, 2023
Assemblyman Lester Chang, center, maintained that he did not live in Manhattan, which would have disqualified him from representing his new Brooklyn district. By Luis Ferré-Sadurní, The New York Times