New York's pandemic-era eviction moratorium expires

Advocates and landlords don’t expect a flood of evictions right away, as the state still provides some eviction protection, but advocates say the state is setting the ground for a homelessness crisis.

Partial demolition of landmark homes in Manhattan stirs controversy

Lawmakers and preservation organizations claim a developer wants to knock down nine landmark buildings in Manhattan to create an entryway for a new office tower. But the Landmarks Preservation Commission says engineers discovered dangerous structural problems with the homes.

NYC rents skyrocket as pandemic wanes

Between August 2020 and August 2021, rent prices or one-bedroom apartments rose over 36% as the city continues to make its way out of the pandemic.