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Long Island City »

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

Prospect Heights »

Tenants at 85 Eastern Parkway say their landlord is illegally subdividing apartments into smaller units.

Central Harlem »

Tenants of 75 Saint Nicholas Place have been offered buyouts to end their leases early.

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.

Lower East Side »

Here's a primer on the rent regulated housing laws and 421a tax breaks that are expiring on June 15.

Jackson Heights »

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

East Village »

The Rent Guidelines Board voted for 1 and 2.75 percent increases for one- and two-year leases.