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Williamsburg »

Thirty-eight subsidized apartments are up for grabs in a grand Street building where Rainbow used to be.

Long Island City »

"They're stalling for us to get desperate and move out," one tenant of the building said.

East Harlem »

Now the residents and the city are both suing the East Harlem landlord.

Bushwick »

The apartments are available at 810 Flushing Ave., a building with a rooftop deck and fitness center.

Grasmere »

The move will preserve 178-units and set aside 36 of them to formerly homeless people in the future.

Williamsburg »

Ten apartments are up for grabs at 174 North 11th St. 

East Williamsburg »

The city was supposed to issue a request for ideas from developers in January.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Notorious Brooklyn landlords Joel and Amrom Israel forked over $350,000 as part of a plea deal.

Williamsburg »

The developers were met with disbelief by advocates who point out their track record in Bushwick.

East Williamsburg »

Sixteen subsidized apartments are up for grabs through the city's housing lottery. 

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.