City Council unveils 18 bills aimed at protecting NYC tenants

The package of 18 bills seeks to stem tenant harassment and displacement With New York’s rent stabilization laws to expire next year, all eyes are on the state legislature and ...
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Cuomo wants to end landlord-friendly rent hiking policy

Gov. Cuomo delivered a sharp blow to landlords Monday by pledging an end to vacancy decontrol, a 24-year-old policy that has removed 150,000 apartments from rent regulations. Tenant advocates have ...
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Judge won’t dismiss lawsuit alleging Jared Kushner’s real estate company ignored rent-stabilization laws

By John Anesse New York Daily News Oct 12, 2018 A Brooklyn judge refused to toss a lawsuit that accuses one of Jared Kushner’s real estate companies of ignoring rent-stabilization ...
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30 Issues In 30 Days: Will NYC Get Rent Reform If Democrats Take The Senate?

From now until Election Day, The Brian Lehrer Show is hosting a series called “30 Issues in 30 Days.” The idea is to dive deep on one issue a day to ...
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“At best it’s sloppiness”: Torres proposes bill to crackdown on landlords who don’t disclose rent-stabilized tenants on permits

A recent analysis by TRD found that those misrepresentations were made in 45% of A2 permits this year September 24, 2018 02:00PM A new bill seeks to crack down on ...
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Bill would end rent increases tied to capital improvements

By: Kenneth Lovett  For Daily News Aug 29, 2018 ALBANY — In a move they say will protect tenants, two state lawmakers have introduced legislation that would prohibit rent increases ...
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New York lawmakers need to commit to strong rent regulations.

By The Editorial Board New York Times The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher. It is separate from the newsroom and the Op-Ed ...
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City Council Approves Inwood Rezoning, Despite Resident Protests

By Jeffery C. Mays New York Times Aug. 8, 2018 After three years of planning, meetings and protests, the City Council overwhelmingly approved a plan on Wednesday to rezone a ...
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Since 1993, NYC has lost 152,000 regulated units after landlords increased rent, report says

POSTED ON MON, MAY 21, 2018 BY DEVIN GANNON In the midst of an affordable housing crisis, rents in New York City continue to rise, a record number of New Yorkers ...
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