Report: Rents Down Across New York City, Tens Of Thousands Of Units AvailableSince the coronavirus pandemic struck New York City, more people seem to be moving out. Yet, those staying put are doing so at a lower price.
Cheapest Rentals In Greenwich Village Right NowIf you're apartment hunting, you know how hard it can be to find a good deal.
Spring Creek Towers Complex Loses Power; More Than 1,000 Apartments In The DarkThe sprawling Spring Creek Towers apartment complex in East New York, Brooklyn lost power Wednesday evening.
Landlord Probed Over Claims It Forced Asian-Americans Out Of ApartmentsThe New York State Tenant Protection Unit has launched an investigation into a major city landlord, over allegations that it forced Asian-American tenants to leave their rent-regulated apartments.
CBS 2 Exclusive: Complaints Mount Against Brooklyn Landlords Accused Of Wrecking ApartmentsThe lives of some Bushwick, Brooklyn residents have been turned upside down, after their apartments were left in ruins and they said their landlords were to blame.
CBS 2 Exclusive: Apartment Demolished, Left Uninhabitable At Another Bushwick BuildingA mother of four said her apartment in the other Bushwick building was practically demolished by wrecking crews when she was not home.
A-Rod Strikes Out As Landlord, As Far As His Tenants Are ConcernedAlex Rodriguez is making headlines again. And this has nothing to do with Biogenesis, PEDs or MRIs.
Average New York City Rent Tops $3,000 Per MonthThe 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.
Luxury Condos Coming To Woolworth BuildingThe tower of the iconic Woolworth Building in lower Manhattan has been sold to an investment group for $68 million, the New York Times reported. They plan to turn the top 30 floors into luxury condos.
Ask Asa: Protecting Your Property During A MoveWhether it's just across town or all the way across the country, spring signals the start of moving season.
Break-In Spree Shakes Up ChelseaA series of burglaries had a city neighborhood on edge Monday night. At least nine apartments in Chelsea have been hit over the past two weeks. Police said the thieves are still on the loose and are likely to strike again.