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Bed-Stuy »

Public records failed to turn up evidence of an eviction for which a convicted thief is raising money.

Concourse »

The mayor said the law will help keep people their apartments instead of them winding up in shelters.

Williamsburg »

The landlord wants to break Videology's lease and evict it, according to a lawsuit.

Bed-Stuy »

MAG-V has been accused of scamming a homeless vet out of $300,000 and of illegal evictions.

Civic Center »

Tenants will receive free legal lawyers or counseling under the $93 million initiative.

Clinton Hill »

Michael Erber and his nonprofit has been accused of illegally evicting veterans and taking their rent.

Central Harlem »

Seniors are at particularly high risk as rents soar, experts say. 

Bushwick »

Joel and Amrom Israel admitted they hired vandals to intimidate tenants with pitbulls and sledgehammers.

Kew Gardens »

Sundance Cafe, at 120-36A Queens Blvd., was shut down in October.

East Williamsburg »

Get rid of your pets in 48 hours or we'll get rid of you, a letter from the management company reads.

Morningside Heights »

Tenants fear the Grace House building will be sold to developers who won't preserve the mural inside.

Clinton Hill »

The Greene Hill Food Co-Op's lease will be terminated effective September 30, according to the co-op. 

Park Slope »

Ernesto Bonilla and his son have lived since 1967 in a Fifth St. building where the rent is now $86.25.

Forest Hills »

The restaurant was evicted from its location at 72-06 Austin St. several weeks ago. 

Upper West Side »

Jorge Perez said he was fired because he wouldn't look for evidence to evict rent-regulated tenants.