The Plus One ADU, short for ‘accessory dwelling units’, would help owners build additional housing for tenants.
Tensions are rising between NYCHA residents and newly-arrived migrants over limited food and resources.
According to residents of the Clinton Houses, an NYCHA public housing facility at 108th and Lexington in East Harlem, flooding is a major issue.
Residents at the Dorchester Gardens apartment complex in New Rochelle haven’t been able to move into their homes since September when remnants of Hurricane Ophelia dumped a deluge of rain and water into their apartments.
NYCHA has proposed new rules for owning and operating e-bikes for its tenants after a string of deadly fires across the city.
The Associated Press reported that home sales continue to decline but prices continue to climb.
Two Upper West Side landlords are suing Airbnb citing violations of Local Law 18, the city’s newly enacted short-term rental law.
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National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun argued that policy changes could boost housing supply. The shortage of homes is keeping upward pressure on prices.
A single mother, with the inspiration of her autistic son, is building a new housing project in New Jersey to give autistic people an opportunity to live more independent lives while also continuing to receive the services they need.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for a new affordable housing complex in the Bronx Thursday at the future home of the Universal Hip-Hop Museum.
Part of the initiative also does away with parking requirements for apartment buildings linked to pricey parking garages.
Monthly home prices have hit an all-time high in recent weeks, driving down pending home sales by as much as 28%.
The average rent in Manhattan is now $5,552 a month, while the median rent remains at $4,400 a month.
Questions remain over whether Local Law 18, a law aiming to regulate booking service platforms like Airbnb will ultimately ease the city's housing shortage or have unexpected adverse effects.
Officials want permanent solutions to homelessness, not expensive quick fixes.
Officials and housing advocates pushing for the new rules say they're necessary to protect the city’s housing stock and to stop apartments from becoming de facto hotels.
Goldman Sachs projects home prices to climb by 1.8% this year amid housing shortage
Fannie Mae economists predicted in a revised forecast that the U.S. housing market faces a prolonged downturn due to high mortgage rates and limited supply.
Rent-stabilized apartments are highly sought after in New York City. But more than 13,000 such apartments sat vacant for at least two years between 2021 and 2022.