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Greenpoint »

Ninety-two affordable units are opening up on Commercial Street with rents between $494 and $1,025.

Longwood »

The Worst Landlords Watchlist is compiled annually by the office of the Public Advocate.

Hamilton Heights »

There are more than 150 buildings in the city's program to create affordable homeownership in the city.

Central Harlem »

The $20 million de Blasio set aside to help MWBE firms get city contracts misses the mark, critics say.

Ridgewood »

The sale was ordered by a bankruptcy court to help settle previous debts. 

Gowanus »

86 affordable rental apartments will be up for grabs in a new Gowanus high-rise.

Civic Center »

The majority of the 20,000 affordable housing units created in 2015 will turn into market rate.

Fort Greene »

City resources should go to housing that will be permanently affordable, according to a new paper.

Long Island City »

NYC's Inclusionary Housing Program got no applications from developers wanting to build in the borough.

Nolita »

The chair warned HPD about continuing to ignore his effort to discuss their plan to build on the garden.

Greenwich Village »

A DNAinfo article complicated an already contentious affordable housing fight.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city is accepting applications through Nov. 10 for the apartments.

Hamilton Heights »

Residents have been living in homeless shelters waiting for the landlord to make repairs.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Those interested in living at the City Point Tower 1 must apply by Sept. 24. 

Nolita »

The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation is holding a public forum on Sept. 17 to discuss funding.