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Sunset Park »

Problems are worst in Elmhurst, Corona, Sunset Park and Fordham, affordable housing experts say.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights and Bushwick are among areas seeing more wealthy renters, a study found.

Central Harlem »

Nearly 60 percent of New Yorkers lack emergency savings to cover 3 months rent, a housing group found.

East Harlem »

The Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development built a Displacement Alert Project map.

Meatpacking District »

Mayor de Blasio is expected to sign a bill Tuesday that lets commercial tenants sue their landlords.

University Heights »

A new report looks at affordability based on factors such as income, employment and sales price hikes.

Flushing »

More than 75 credit unions and banks take NYC ID, but two-thirds of all city banks don't, officials say.

Civic Center »

The majority of the 20,000 affordable housing units created in 2015 will turn into market rate.

Fort Greene »

City resources should go to housing that will be permanently affordable, according to a new paper.

Forest Hills »

Residents at 104-60 Queens Blvd. are calling the broken elevators a safety hazard.

St. George »

The seminars will focus on getting residents to register before the Sept. 30 deadline.