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Morrisania »

Dozens of Affordable Housing Units Planned for Morrisania

Sixty percent of the units will target the formerly homeless with mental health disorders.

Kips Bay »

Co-Op President Accused of Cutting Waitlist Can Keep His Apt., Court Rules

The co-op head can stay in his 4-bedroom though his family is too small to have qualified for it.

Inwood »

2-Bedrooms Rent for $1,060 in Uptown Housing Lottery

Just a few two-bedroom apartments are available at the uptown building The Stack.

Central Harlem »

Randolph Houses to Be Refurbished After Decades-Long Wait

The A. Phillip Randolph Houses will combine public housing and affordable housing units.

East Village »

Lottery Offers Affordable East Village Co-Ops for 'a Few Thousand Dollars'

Cooper Square Mutual Housing Association has vacancies in about a dozen co-op apartments.

SoHo »

Landlord Asks Judge to Evict Tenants for Their 'Protection'

Rent-stabilized tenants said the owner is trying to kick them out in favor of market-rate renters.

Chelsea »

Disabled Man Denied Affordable Apartment for Living on Wrong Side of Street

A Chelsea resident was ineligible for priority on a housing list because he lives just outside CB4.

Kips Bay »

Co-op President Accused of Cutting Waitlist Fights for 4-Bedroom Apartment

Mark Andermanis is fighting to keep his four-bedroom apartment at East Midtown Plaza.

Jackson Heights »

Luxury Roosevelt Avenue Building Opens Lottery for Affordable Units

The building is offering six affordable units to those who qualify.

Crown Heights »

Affordable Housing to Replace Shuttered Kings County Hospital Psych Ward

Affordable housing developer CAMBA plans to replace Kings County Hospital's G-Building with apartments.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Downtown Brooklyn to See Surge in New Residential Units, Report Says

More than 15,000 new units are in the pipeline for the neighborhood.

Jamaica »

Lottery Slated for Apartments in New Jamaica Affordable Housing Complex

New development on 90th Street will provide 46 apartments.

Washington Heights »

Councilman Mark Levine Faces Diverse Challenges in Redrawn Uptown District

Levine sees himself as someone who brings people together under a progressive agenda. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Huge Affordable Housing Development Proposed for Hell's Kitchen

The new buildings could bring 210 affordable apartments to the area, along with 324 market-rate units.

Greenpoint »

North Brooklyn Developers Offer Surprise Affordable Housing Provisions

Both the Bushwick rezoning and the Greenpoint Landing plan came with unexpected affordable housing.

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