The space was overhauled by Norwegian model Sophia Lie and is selling furnished.
The Summer Youth Employment Program, a lifeline for youth across the boroughs, was canceled because of the pandemic.
"I feel like I’m on the edge of a cliff, and I’m just waiting for a push to send me over."
Spacious cooling centers, misting oases, open hydrants, and more.
The state has partially suspended evictions until summer—here’s what renters need to know in the meantime
NYC activists have long called for the removal of the monument.
Prewar and modern details merge in the largest apartment of a 10-unit co-op steps from Prospect Park.
"If we don’t have planning that is focused on racial equity, it’s essentially complicit in segregation."
Newly signed contracts nosedived in the borough last month.
After three years of increases, the city’s Rent Guidelines Board voted to approve a rent freeze for one-year leases.
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Thousands of New Yorkers sleeping in shelters face a disproportionately high mortality rate during the pandemic, according to a Coalition for the Homeless report.
Here’s how the industry is preparing to bounce back from the coronavirus crisis.
The house combines classic details with a modern kitchen and spacious backyard.
"If we fix the system for black people, we’ll fix it for everyone."
Investing in NYCHA and permanent affordable housing for low-income New Yorkers are just some of the suggestions.
Several New York City parks expect to lose millions of dollars in funding for upkeep and maintenance.
Tenant advocates fear coronavirus could spread in cramped housing court.
"We’re the ones unclogging the toilet. We’re the ones shoveling the snow."
The 10,000-square-foot home preserves its old-world aesthetic.
Part of that money could go towards youth programs, housing, and homeless service, advocates say.
Not all New York renters are protected under the extended eviction moratorium.
The ornate house has a ton of period details.
Your questions about renting during the coronavirus pandemic, answered.
The plaza takes design cues from the historic structure above it.
New York City rents are beginning to fall two months into a pandemic.
Looking to get involved? Here are NYC organizations in need of volunteers or donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hundreds of homeless individuals are now escorted out of the subways every night, but for many, the shelters offer no respite.
The city is halfway to its goal of 40 miles of streets for May
The 3,339-square-foot house features a large landscaped backyard with wood fencing and several seating areas.
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Tenants cannot be legally evicted in New York until August 20.