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Central Harlem »

Despite more money for legal aid, lawyers say landlords are stepping up tactics to oust tenants.

Murray Hill »

As rents dip, developers are embracing temporary walls, once again, to keep prices up and vacancies low.

Jackson Heights »

There are ways to get into the solar game even if you can't install your own solar panels.

Long Island City »

What to expect when you renew your lease, and what to do if your new rent is more than you can afford.

West Harlem »

Residents are angry over the city's proposed regulatory agreement for affordable co-ops known as HDFCs.

Hudson Square »

Neighborhoods across the city are grappling with Mandatory Inclusionary Housing with mixed results.

TriBeCa »

These 9 architectural gems offer a glimpse into building trends in Manhattan's ultra-luxury condos.

Lower East Side »

Thousands of tenants have won fights for lower rent, housing experts say.

Downtown Brooklyn »

These neighborhoods are expected to see a lot of interest this fall.

Upper West Side »

Tips from experts on how to prepare physically and mentally for back-to-school.

Crown Heights »

Roommates, pet policies, income requirements and other things you need to know before renting in NYC.

Washington Heights »

Ted Finkelstein heads the city's Equal Access Program for the Commission on Human Rights.

Long Island City »

Few see — and even fewer can afford — the work of rooftop landscapers. Here's a peek into their world. 

TriBeCa »

DNAinfo rounded up some ways to make your small space accommodating to visitors this holiday season.

Midtown »

Mid-October through December is the best time to find a deal on rentals, experts say.