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Homeless Shelter In Former Park Savoy Hotel Creates Costly Debate

A Homeless Shelter in NYC’s Wealthiest Neighborhood Opened Only After Years of Fierce Opposition In 2014, Dell Technologies founder and billionaire Michael Dell bought a...

$350,000 Citizens Workforce Development Program Underway in Queens

Citizens plans to bring technical skills training and career counseling to local residents with the help of three Queens-based, social impact organizations.  On June 29th,...

NYC’s Outer Boroughs Don’t Guarantee Affordable Living Anymore

Manhattan is known for being the most expensive real estate market in NYC, but given price fluctuations over the past two years, that’s no...

NYS Emergency Rental Assistance Funding Dries Up, Eviction Notices Skyrocket

The New York State Emergency Rental Assistance Fund (ERAP) is out of money, despite a growing need for its services. The 2022-23 State budget...

NYC Metro Area Picked as a Host City for 2026 World...

Large Economic Impact Expected On June 16, FIFA announced the 16 Host Cities for the 2026 World Cup games, with the NYC Metro area landing...

The Median Rent in Manhattan is $4,000, Up 25% Annually

According to a May 2022 report from Douglas Elliman, median rents in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Northwest Queens grew exponentially over the last year. Manhattan,...

Mayor Adams Hopes to Incentivize More Affordable Housing Development With New...

In NYC Mayor Eric Adams’ most recent $99.7 billion budget proposal, he carved out $5 billion of funding for affordable housing. When speaking on...

Worker’s Revolution Set to Restructure the NYC Economy

With more offices adopting hybrid work as a permanent practice, the future of NYC’s economy is up in the air. Manhattan relies heavily on...

Tensions Rise as Equitable-Green Harlem Development Fights for Council Approval

(Update: as of Tuesday, May 31st the developers have withdrawn their application for zoning due to City Council member Kristin Richardson Jordan rejecting the...

The Crown Heights ‘Deed Theft’ Web Continues To Weave

The Robinson-Torain family had gained support from city leaders and access to an attorney by referral from former Attorney General, Letitia James. Recently, The...

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