The Tenant

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Civic Center »

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the plan aims to "stop homelessness before it starts."

Mott Haven »

The legislation aims to prevent landlords from making harassing and repeated buyout offers.

East New York »

The building on New Jersey Avenue has more than 180 open violations, according to city records.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Highpoint Associates has been fined repeatedly for operating illegal hotels while real tenants suffer.

Sunset Park »

Tenants feared the loss of federal subsidies after recieving a notice last year.

Red Hook »

Tenants of a Red Hook building are suing their landlord and fighting to pay lower rents.

Boerum Hill »

Knit-A-Way of Brooklyn will have to leave the neighborhood by the end of January, according to its owner.

Greenpoint »

The 1109 Manhattan Ave. tenants say they've lived years with broken toilets, mold and lack of heat. 

Williamsburg »

Realtors said landlords citywide are offering deals including lower rents on 18-month leases.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

The hotel's owners have filed motions to kick ten tenants out of their  apartments.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

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.

Manhattan »

Reports say rents jumped in the first half the year, spurred on by high demand and low availability throughout the borough.

Downtown »

The media giant will move to One World Trade Center at the end of 2014 or beginning of 2015.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

An Inwood building is on the auction block after its owner defaulted on a $2 million loan to cover its maintenance.

Downtown »

7 World Trade Center is now 90 percent leased, developer Larry Silverstein said.