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Hochul wants to build 15K homes on state land to stem shortage. Which locations targeted?
Jan. 28, 2024
A former prison in Dutchess County. A psychiatric center in Queens. A pair of SUNY campuses on Long Island
Apartment Owners Report Surge In Rental Application Fraud
Jan. 28, 2024
Fraud
Are we closer to fixing N.Y.’s housing problem?
Jan. 21, 2024
Are we closer to fixing N.Y.’s housing problem?
Gov. Hochul has struck out on housing reform — but here’s what could actually help NYC’s crisis
Jan. 21, 2024
Among New York City's propositions to solve its housing crisis are tiny homes.
Hochul’s Housing Approach Stirs Questions About Tenant Protections, Developer Incentives
Jan. 14, 2024
After failing to pass her ambitious Housing Compact proposal last year, Gov. Kathy Hochul is using a lighter touch on housing—but state and city lawmakers have expressed hope for a potential compromise to both increase the development of affordable h
Hochul Rejects New York Tax Hikes, Touts NYC Housing Breaks
Jan. 14, 2024
Democratic governor delivers State of the State address More details in draft budget planned for mid-January
The Daily Dirt: Pro-housing movement turning tide in Brooklyn
Jan. 7, 2024
Assembly member pilloried for shooting poison arrow through project
When Will New York Solve Its Housing Crisis? Probably Not This Year.
Jan. 7, 2024
It seemed like 2023 would be the year New York did something big to help solve its housing crisis.
REBNY president says housing development could take a backseat in Albany next year
Dec. 10, 2023
REBNY president says housing development could take a backseat in Albany next year
Hochul confirms she’s not pursuing housing growth mandates in upcoming legislative session
Dec. 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.