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Rent Guidelines Board

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Gramercy »

Rent stabilized tenants will see a 1.25 percent hike on one-year leases; 2 percent on two-year leases.

Gramercy »

The Rent Guidelines Board is expected to raise rents, but in small increments.

East Village »

Rent-stabilized apartments could see increases of 1 percent to 3 percent for one-year leases.

Bushwick »

Landlords want a 4 percent hike on one-year leases and 8 percent on two-year leases.

Mott Haven »

Rent stabilized tenants might still see rent increases or pressure from landlords, advocates say.

East Village »

The Rent Guidelines Board voted to freeze rents for 1-year leases, and raise 2-year leases by 2 percent.

Midtown »

The new measure would allow one-year leases' rent to remain the same or increase only up to 2 percent.

Central Harlem »

A primer on preferential rent and why advocates believe it could lead to tenant displacement.

Central Harlem »

Rent-stabilized units are being given preferential rents that are not protected by city laws.

Upper West Side »

Rent-controlled tenants face as much as 7.5 percent annual rent increases, despite a touted rent freeze.

East Village »

The Rent Guidelines Board froze rents on one-year leases and raised two-year leases by 2 percent.

East Village »

The Rent Guidelines Board votes Monday on increases for the city's one million stabilized units.

Lower East Side »

The Rent Guidelines Board delayed its vote until next Monday.

Jackson Heights »

One-year leases could rise between 0 to 2 percent, with two-year leases going up 0.5 to 3.5 percent.

Crown Heights »

Tenants who have been paying discounted rates at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital complex face rent hikes.