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While developers laud the state's new 421-a tax break, advocates say it won't help with affordability.

Williamsburg »

Owners of 178 buildings could lose their 421-a tax breaks as part of the city crackdown, officials said.

Hudson Heights »

Tenants believe they're owed rent overcharges because their landlord illegally deregulated apartments.

Mott Haven »

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

Bed-Stuy »

Legislation requires that the Department of Finance include explanations on preferential rent.

Williamsburg »

Landlords illegally yanked out central heating systems at two dozen buildings, officials said Tuesday. 

Midtown »

The rent stabilization laws expired Tuesday at midnight.

Crown Heights »

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Mayor Bill de Blasio want rent regulations strengthened.

Roosevelt Island »

Mayor Bill de Blasio says a strengthening of expired rent laws is the only solution.

Midtown »

Albany failed to stop rent stabilization laws from expiring.

Midtown »

The mayor made his comments during a telephone town hall with 14,000 seniors from AARP.

Murray Hill »

Average rents in Manhattan hit $3,475-a-month in May, a new record, according to Citi Habitats.

Crown Heights »

Alma Realty hiked rents this fall at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital complex in Crown Heights.

Civic Center »

Councilwoman Margaret Chin wants landlords of unsafe buildings to pay for tenants to live elsewhere.

Crown Heights »

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