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 affordable housing in fast-changing neighborhoods.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams, along with government, labor, and community leaders, stood with New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) residents today at Polo Grounds Houses in support of the NYCHA Public Housing Preservation Trust.
The New York Community Trust today announced more than $7.7 million in grants to 39 nonprofits working to build and sustain healthy, rewarding lives in New York and beyond.
On January 26, 2024, from 3 PM to 6 PM EST, the vibrant community of Harlem will gather at PS 007, 160 E. 120th St., for a crucial event spearheaded by State Senator Cordell Cleare.
The Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit (PEU) is scaling outreach to close the enrollment gap in the Rent Freeze programs.
The New York Community Trust today announced nearly $10.1 million in grants to 64 nonprofits dedicated to improving the lives of New Yorkers and enhancing quality of life throughout the city and beyond.
Today, Women Creating Change (WCC) announces the launch of the Civic Matters Hub.
The Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit (PEU) has launched an important new resource for New Yorkers from Harlem to the Hudson: a live operator Tenant Helpline.
The New York City Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit (“PEU”) and openigloo today announced a new partnership to share information about NYC tenants’ rights.
Today, thanks to work with our partners at ANHD and the Housing Data Coalition, we are releasing our NYC Eviction Crisis Monitor.
By Galen D. Kirkland I attended Harlem public schools and obtained an effective education at PS 197 and JHS 139 in the 1960’s.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced a settlement with Ink Property Group LLC (Ink) for violating rent stabilization laws and illegally harassing tenants.
The Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit (PEU) and NYC Health + Hospitals hosted a “Healthcare Week of Action” last week to connect New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis.
They are legendary neighborhoods, an ocean apart, yet connected by parallel histories and similar challenges.
The New York Community Trust has announced $14.6 million in grants to 86 nonprofits to improve the quality of life for all New Yorkers.