Tenants of a Red Hook building are suing their landlord and fighting to pay lower rents.
Knit-A-Way of Brooklyn will have to leave the neighborhood by the end of January, according to its owner.
The 1109 Manhattan Ave. tenants say they've lived years with broken toilets, mold and lack of heat.
Realtors said landlords citywide are offering deals including lower rents on 18-month leases.
The hotel's owners have filed motions to kick ten tenants out of their apartments.
Faye Dunaway sent an attorney, Elizabeth Shollenberger, to housing court Thursday on her behalf in the case of a rent-stabilized apartment at 314 E. 78th St.
Reports say rents jumped in the first half the year, spurred on by high demand and low availability throughout the borough.
The media giant will move to One World Trade Center at the end of 2014 or beginning of 2015.
An Inwood building is on the auction block after its owner defaulted on a $2 million loan to cover its maintenance.
7 World Trade Center is now 90 percent leased, developer Larry Silverstein said.
Elected officials and tenant and housing advocates will rally at City Hall in support of a rent reform bill.
A property manager admitted to stealing $879,000 in rent money paid by Columbia University students.
Former owner is telling tenants to remove old walls in favor of new ones that further subdivide space.
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