NYCHA Rent Hikes Coming for Tenants Deemed ‘Over Income’June 18, 2023
Last week, the Housing Authority sent notices to 290 households with higher income saying they must pay higher rent, and foot the bill for utilities.
What Hochul could do on housing via executive actionJune 18, 2023
The failure to reach a housing deal in Albany last week came despite high hopes for substantive action on the issue at the beginning of the year
Op-ed | How do you measure a housing crisis? Talk to New Yorkers.June 18, 2023
How many apartments are available to rent in NYC?
Assembly expected back in 'near future' to resolve unfinished businessJune 11, 2023
Legislative session technically concluded on Saturday
Landlords in panic about last-minute Albany billJune 11, 2023
CHIP says housing chairs tried to sneak measure through
NYC Makes it Mandatory for Residential Buildings to Recycle Food WasteJune 11, 2023
The City Council on Thursday passed a “groundbreaking” legislative package that forces the city to divert food-based garbage away from landfills and reuse it instead for environmentally friendly purposes, like composting and generating cleaner energy
NYS Assembly faces paper plane assault from Good Cause eviction activistsJune 5, 2023
A year without 421a: Project sales, lawsuits and wasted rezoningsJune 5, 2023
Dramatic storylines have emerged from tax break’s expiration
Airbnb to New York City: You’ve ended our $85 million business hereJune 5, 2023
Tourists coming to New York City this summer can book accommodations in their choice of 29 registered short-term rental units.
Vacant NYCHA Units Continue to Increase, With Transfers Complicated by PACTJune 5, 2023
NYCHA’s target time is 30 days for apartment turnover. But as of April, it took the housing authority an average of 410 days to re-occupy a vacant apartment, up significantly from the start of the year and more than double what it took a year ago.