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Long Island City »

The city's housing lottery is accepting applications for 34 affordable units at 27-19 44th Drive.

Bushwick »

Tenants displaced by the massive 2016 fire on DeKalb Avenue have been in homeless shelters for a year.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The mixed-use project will also include office and amenity space, dorm space and an NYPD parking lot.

Morris Heights »

Residents of 1841-1847 University Ave. have sued landlord Robert Khomari of Universal Heights 18 LLC.

East Williamsburg »

Eight new rent-stabilized units are available through the city's housing lottery at 73 Montrose Ave.

Bushwick »

City officials, community groups and developers are fighting over the number of affordable units.

Morrisania »

Three one-bedrooms are available at 1319A and 1319B Prospect Ave. for $1,230 a month.

Edgemere »

The housing lottery for an energy-efficient apartment building in Edgemere drew huge interest.

Concourse »

The building where a tenant got sick with leptospirosis is run by notorious landlord Ved Parkash.

Williamsburg »

104 applicants will score subsidized apartments on the Williamsburg waterfront.

Morris Heights »

The lack of cooking gas is making it difficult for tenants to eat, they say.

Inwood »

Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez posted the tweets after the final Inwood Library workshop meeting.

Inwood »

The city announced plans to develop affordable housing at the site earlier this month.

Civic Center »

Vicki Been and Carl Weisbrod were behind many of the mayor's affordable housing initiatives.

Williamsburg »

Developers will host two bilingual workshops on how correctly fill out affordable housing applications.