Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the newly created Tenant Support Unit resolved its 1,000th tenant case since it launched in July 2015, keeping tenants in their homes and protecting Continue Reading →
Throughout January, the Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit will hold free events citywide to provide New Yorkers with individualized and in-person assistance related to tenants’ rights, affordable housing, homelessness prevention and reduction, healthcare, and Continue Reading →
Today, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer recommended against adopting a proposed plan to demolish several buildings in the Lenox Terrace development and replace them with new luxury apartments and overscale Continue Reading →
Harlem-based WE ACT for Environmental Justice (WE ACT) has been awarded a $400,000 grant over two years.
Today, as the city announces the expansion of its Right to Counsel law, the Right to Counsel NYC Coalition is calling for the passage of Intro 1529 to fund tenant Continue Reading →
The de Blasio Administration announced today that it is entering the second phase of the City’s plan to convert more cluster buildings into permanent housing for homeless New Yorkers from Continue Reading →
Last night, Harlem’s Community Board 10 voted to “disapprove the Olnick Rezoning Plan” that would substantially rezone the Lenox Terrace neighborhood and allow for the construction of luxury towers and Continue Reading →
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