Tenants and their supporters voiced their displeasure when the Rent Guidelines Board voted preliminarily for an increase of 0 to 2 percent for one year leases.
A grandmother who is facing eviction from her Little Italy apartment was in housing court on Thursday.
Some rent-stabilized tenants in the Stonehenge Village building, at 120-196 W. 97th St. between Amsterdam and Columbus avenues, were furious after a gym opened up in their building and they were told they were forbidden from using it.
The St. Mark’s Bookshop in the East Village has announced plans for a fundraiser for a move to a cheaper space a few blocks east, according to a published report.
Nearly 400,000 visitors are expected to descend on New Jersey during Super Bowl week.
The fact that renting an apartment in New York City is expensive is as obvious to most people as the fact that the sky is blue.
The Landlord Incentive program covers about 30 percent of monthly rents for qualifying tenants. The rates paid would vary slightly based on the number of bedrooms in the rental, the county and the tenant’s income.
The New York City Rent Guidelines Board has voted rent can go up 4 percent on one-year leases and 7.75 percent on two-year leases on rent-stabilized apartments.
Residents said they were told that their rents will be going up on June 1, with rent increases ranging anywhere from $100 to over $900 a month.
A preliminary decision was issued Tuesday for raising the rents on rent-stabilized apartments in New York City.
Ever since “Chicago” won the Best Picture Oscar in 2003, Hollywood seems to be going back to Broadway for its material, like it did back in the ’50s and ’60s.
It’s the first time in 11 years that the strip from 49th to 59th streets has been booted from the top of the list commanding the highest retail rents worldwide, according to a report by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield Inc.
Carmen Wong Ulrich, finance expert and author of “The Real Cost of Living,” sat down with TV-55’s John Elliott and Lisa Kerney to answer the 5 big questions people have about money
How would you like to not pay your rent, year after year, and get away with it? A Brooklyn woman has done just that for the past six years.
People sickened with HIV or AIDS and seeking help from New York City to pay their rent could become ineligible for housing assistance if they refuse to go into substance abuse treatment.