Is the rent too damn high? For many of the more than 1,000,000 New Yorkers living in rent-stabilized apartments across the city, if it isn't already, it soon will be. Today the nine-person Rent Guidelines Board decided on next year's rent increases in a public meeting in the Great Hall at Cooper Un ... More >>
Poor dead George Steinbrenner doesn't even have a grave to spin in yet, and already he's being raked over the coals for his past sins. First came Jim Dwyer's recounting of The Boss's legacy of egotism and abuse in today's Times, which recalls how Steinbrenner shook hands with Ed Koch on a l ... More >>
Frank Palazzolo, a member of the Voice's "Ten Worst Landlords" list, has lost a long-running court battle with tenant activists. Back in 2003, Palazzolo took activists to court for organizing tenant meetings in his buildings, some of which are the most poorly maintained in the Bronx. The Northwest ... More >>
Work to Start on Loisaida Luxury Units
Cooper Union Sets a Tall Order for Redevelopment
The City says its housing plan will renovate Harlem. Tenants fear it will remove them.