New York City Offering Free Legal Support For Tenants Facing Eviction As State Moratorium ExpiresHomeless Services Commissioner Steven Banks said the agency contact 14,000 people who had eviction warrants before the pandemic and let them know help is available.
New Yorkers Brace For The End Of Residential Eviction Moratorium: 'I Can't Be Out On The Street'On Wednesday, New York's eviction moratorium ends and that means that thousands of New Yorkers could be evicted.
Study Reveals Nearly 1.5 Million New Yorkers Unable To Pay Rent, Risk EvictionHelp USA has already spent nearly $1 million on cases in the Bronx and has more budgeted thanks to city funding.
NYCHA Kicks 72-Year-Old Amputee Out Of His Apartment While He Was Recovering From SurgeryBienvenido Martinez says not only did NYCHA kick him out of his apartment, they also threw away everything he owned, including his social security card and treasured family photos.
Nightmare Tenant Terrifying Neighbors In Brooklyn Apartment With Bizarre, Menacing BehaviorDisturbing cell phone, captured video through a peep hole, caught a tenant in the co-op building repeatedly knocking on his neighbor’s doors in his underwear late at night.
Little Italy Museum, Elderly Tenant Reach Eviction AgreementAn 85-year-old resident who faced eviction from her apartment in Manhattan's Little Italy has until June 30 to leave under an agreement reached with her landlord _ the Italian American Museum.
Grandmother Facing Eviction From Little Italy Apartment Given More Time By CourtA grandmother who is facing eviction from her Little Italy apartment was in housing court on Thursday.
Jimmy McMillan Of 'Rent Is Too Damn High' Fame Says He's Facing Eviction AgainJimmy McMillan, the man who has become famous for making his political name over the claim that ``the rent is too damn high,'' said Tuesday that he is running the risk of losing his place to live.
City Changes Course After Ordering Disabled Woman Out Of Section 8 ApartmentImagine the surprise and dismay of a disabled woman, confined to a wheelchair, when she was told that she would have to move to a smaller apartment to keep her housing subsidy.
NYC Residents Left Homeless By Sandy Speak Out Days Before Hotel EvictionsFederal funding for the program ended this week but about 300 people are still sleeping in city-funded hotel rooms that are paid for through Friday.
Sandy Evacuees Fighting City's Hotel Eviction NoticesThe city's lawyers argued that the 350 remaining evacuees have to be out by Oct. 1 since the Federal Emergency Management Agency is no longer reimbursing the city for its hotel program.