City-Funded Housing Now Required To Include Apartments For The Homeless

New residential buildings receiving financial assistance from the city will have to set aside at least 15 percent of their units for the homeless under a bill passed by the City Council on Thursday, December 19th, 2019. Continue Reading →

Coalition Urges City To Pass Intro 1529 To Fund Tenant Organizing From Harlem To Hollis

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 organizing so that more eligible tenants know about this right and use it to defend their homes. Continue Reading →

Need A Bigger Apartment Why Not Find More Space In The One You Have

It is impossible to go through life without amassing all kinds of clutter. Some people will even have boxes under their beds or at the back of a wardrobe having never unpacked from the last time they moved home. Continue Reading →

Finding An Affordable NYC Apartment Just Got A Bit Easier From Harlem To Hollis

It’s been seven years since the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) launched Housing Connect, a portal that has made it easier—in theory—for New Yorkers to apply for affordable apartments in buildings across the five boroughs. Continue Reading →