affordable housing

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Upper West Side »

Helms Realty Corp, owners of Broadway Hotel & Hostel, filed a notice of claim against the city.

East Harlem »

Residents largely criticized the rezoning plan and said the housing development would exclude locals.

Long Island City »

The city's housing lottery is accepting applications for 34 affordable units at 27-19 44th Drive.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city promised two planned affordable buildings would have moderate-income housing, CB4 members said.

East Williamsburg »

Sixteen landlords in other neighborhoods face $284,000 in fines for advertising short-term rentals.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The mixed-use project will also include office and amenity space, dorm space and an NYPD parking lot.

Williamsburg »

Joseph Lentol's bill, which would legalize some short-term rentals, lifted words from an 2016 memo. 

Sunnyside »

The owner of the building says he's hoping to get the project started in the next year.

Chelsea »

Applications are now open for 19 affordable apartments in the West 29th Street building.

East Harlem »

Only 1 percent, or 249 units, have been created in East Harlem under the mayor's plan. 

Bushwick »

The community board approved the measure which now moves to the city council.

Williamsburg »

The park will be open to the public in the summer of 2018, according to developers Two Trees.

Sunnyside »

The march against rezoning and the BQX streetcar will kick off at the 46th Street 7 train station.

Tremont & East Tremont »

A total of 16 newly renovated units are coming up for grabs on E. 178th Street and Arthur Avenue.

Astoria »

The state's "Affordable New York" tax program will allow Durst to construct the remaining six buildings.