Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday said his administration has financed the largest annual number of affordable apartments in a quarter-century.
An affordable housing apartment building is in the works for the West Side of Manhattan, near the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel.
Claiming the project was sprung on them, residents shouted at A.G. Eric Schneiderman and Borough President Eric Adams as they spoke.
The two Democrats verbally sparred over the weekend about the state’s legislative session — especially the mayor’s affordable housing plan.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio wants state lawmakers to expand tenant protections for the city’s 1 million rent-regulated apartments.
A Bronx woman turned herself in to police Monday following a two-month probe of an alleged rental scam in Upper Manhattan.
City council members are looking at how Airbnb and other home-rentals affect New York’s economy and housing market.
Some people were just looking for a place to live in Upper Manhattan, but they ended up falling victim to a scam.
The city financed the creation of more than 17,300 affordable housing units during 2014, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office announced Thursday.
The New Jersey State Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday as it wrestles with how to make sure affordable housing gets built, after a state agency failed to approve revised rules toward that end and comply with a court order.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is known as one of the trendiest and most expensive neighborhoods in the city. But now, a new building is offering staggeringly low prices to rent and tens of thousands of people are vying to get in on it.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Cardinal Timothy Dolan are joining forces to break ground at a new community housing development in the Bronx.
There were 48,000 applicants for the 124 apartments — about one-fifth of them set aside for the formerly homeless.
A revised plan to upgrade the South Street Seaport was unveiled Monday – featuring plans for a middle school, a food market, and new housing.
A settlement was reached in 2009 that requires the county to spend $51 million and build 750 units of fair and affordable housing in 31 mostly white communities by 2016.