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Hudson Square »

The sites are currently controlled by the Department of Environmental Protection.

Hudson Square »

The rules also stop landlords from discriminating based on housing court history.

Nolita »

The lot was promised as a public "recreation area" in 1981, but was allowed to grow derelict instead.

Nolita »

Community Board 2 residents want the city to build on Hudson Street instead.

Nolita »

The city issued a request for proposals Wednesday for the controversial senior affordable housing plan.

Civic Center »

Don Appel processed 18,000 FOIL requests and listened to many a reporter's complaints for records.

Brownsville »

The new neighborhood planning process includes an online platform where residents can map their needs.

Midtown »

There were a record 104,000 applicants for 64 affordable units in Midtown in one building alone.

Nolita »

The city wants to build affordable housing on the garden site, but didn't win a grant to fund the plan.

Williamsburg »

The apartments range from $756 to $1,265 a month for households with up to six people. 

Murray Hill »

The 37-story building at 225 E. 39th St. will include 75 affordable units, an HPD spokeswoman said.

Upper West Side »

The city is working on how to keep Housing Development Fund Corporation co-ops affordable.

SoHo »

City officials said the lot will become affordable housing, but not necessarily for seniors.

Jamaica »

A tenant resource Fair will be held next Tuesday in Jamaica.

Little Italy »

Officials will present their plan to build on the Elizabeth Street Garden at a meeting on Wednesday.