The Committee to Honor Black Heroes was locked out of their offices in Restoration Plaza in February.
The owners of the Seaport Cafe have sued developer Howard Hughes for forcing them out of Pier 17.
The Brooklyn Housing Court postponed Arthur Wood's eviction date to March 31.
Heatheran Kristopher, 43, was evicted from her East 81st Street apartment.
The agency will delay evictions and housing court actions until Feb. 1.
Red Hook Houses residents and Occupy Sandy members rallied outside NYCHA headquarters.
Tenants at a damaged Brooklyn building say their landlord ordered them to leave or face eviction.
After letting the building fall into disrepair, the landlord of 66 Clay St. is kicking out tenants.
Dedric "Beloved" Hammond's criminal record is forcing him and his family out of public housing.
Volunteer groups that share space with Gay Men's Health Crisis worry they can't afford to stay.
Sal Polisi has had a woodcarving shop for 30 years at the South Street Seaport Museum.
The New Acting Company's take on "Jack and the Beanstalk" uses a theater for sale instead of a cow.
The National Arts Club began an eviction hearing Monday for Aldon James, but he was a no-show.
City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez vowed to continue fighting the charges against him.
Love is being sued for back rent by the owner of her $27,000-a-month West 10th Street rental.
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