Insanely jealous of the West Village man paying $331.76 a month for a beautiful four-bedroom apartment? You might find some solace in a new lawsuit. F...
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Congratulations to Governor Andrew Cuomo and his legislative colleagues for completing a session marked by significant fiscal accomplishments. But more hard work lies ahead.
New York City rent laws are set to expire at midnight tonight as Democrats in Albany push to strengthen rent regulations and Republicans seek to simpl...
Rent regulations aren't just our best affordable housing program. They are something much deeper: policy for a diverse, stable city.
It should be considered a right to afford to live in the city where you work. There are 2.5 million New Yorkers in danger of losing this ability if the State Senate allows the state's rent regulation laws to lapse.
Advocates for extending rent regulation claim that the laws provide "affordable housing." But the rent regulation system provides inadequate relief to the neediest renters within the system.
When Governor Paterson proposed changes to the city's rent regulation laws, criticism poured in from both tenants' groups and landlords.
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