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Chelsea »

Chelsea Home for the Blind to Get $38M Upgrade

Residents at Selis Manor will get overhauled apartments and a host of other improvements. 

Crown Heights »

Tivoli Towers Residents Resist City Orders to Move to Smaller Apartments

Elderly tenants in a Crown Heights Mitchell-Lama building have 30 days to respond to new housing rules.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Building Freezes, Just Weeks After Managers Said Heat Was Fixed

A Bed-Stuy building that went without heat for years is struggling through the cold snap.

Bed-Stuy »

Section 8 Housing in Bed-Stuy Gets $18M Facelift

A stretch of Section 8 housing in Bed-Stuy received an $18.5 million upgrade.

Bushwick »

New Development to Offer Bushwick 'Best Rents in a Long Time'

A 31-unit building slated for Broadway will bring affordable housing and a Dollar Tree.

Manhattan »

Concert Pianist Hid $1M Hamptons Home to Get Subsidy for TriBeCa Apartment

Carnegie Hall pianist Antonio Fermin, 48, pleaded guilty to stealing $17,815 in housing subsidies.

Harlem »

Deal Keeps 258 Manhattan Homes Affordable

A deal between the Housing Development Corporation and Related Companies will keep 258 units in affordable housing programs.

Manhattan »

LES Housing Scam Suspect Splurged on Florida Vacation

A Lower East Side tenants association president was among four suspects who allegedly scammed the city out of $200K.

Downtown »

TriBeCa Apartment Complex is Not Rent-Stabilized, Federal Court Rules

Independence Plaza North is not rent-stabilized, a federal judge said last week.

Harlem »

Harlem Developer Faces Opposition from Current Tenants

Residents of Tahl Propp Equties oppose the company's expansion plans.

Downtown »

Federal Government Could Recoup Millions From Independence Plaza Ruling

Independence Plaza owner Laurence Gluck could owe the federal government tens of millions of dollars.

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