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Bushwick »

While complaints were up 25 percent citywide, North Brooklyn saw a more dramatic spike.

Battery Park City »

The days are getting colder, and the law says you should have heat in your apartment.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Tenants living at 463 W. 19th St. say they have been without hot water or heat since April 9.

Central Harlem »

Tenants had to boil water to bathe while the hot water was down. It has since been restored.

Ditmars »

The buildings at Acropolis Gardens have been without gas service since April 29.

Bed-Stuy »

Tenants of 160 Vernon Ave. said they had to take freezing showers and wear extra layers.

Chelsea »

Some residents spent the weekend weathering chilly temperatures at the iconic inn.

New York City »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said landlords should immediately repair buildings damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

Lower East Side »

Tenants of Knickerbocker Village will see rents refunded after two weeks spent without utilities.

Red Hook »

Accountants and budget analysts were among those who helped NYCHA canvass Brooklyn's largest project.

Lower East Side »

Residents of Knickerbocker Village are considering a rent strike after two weeks in the dark and cold.

Red Hook »

Although the lights are back on for some residents, others are still in the dark.

Harlem »

Manhattan's five worst buildings are in Harlem and Washington Heights, according to Public Advocate.

Midtown & Theater District »

Elderly residents say renovations at the Buckingham hotel are making them sick.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

After some residents endure two days of icy showers, hot water is once again flowing through every building in Stuyvesant Town.