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Why 2,600 Supportive Housing Units Sit Vacant in NYC

Why 2,600 Supportive Housing Units Sit Vacant in NYC Mayor Eric Adams made addressing homelessness and affordable housing a central part of his campaign and...

Marisa Estrella Wins the First of Three Awards to Support Veteran Small Business Owners

On November 3, 2022, Citizens Financial Group and Military Warriors Support Foundation (MWSF) awarded Marisa Estrella, Former U.S. Army Specialist and founder of Worldwide...

Mott Haven, The Bronx Neighborhood Guide

Mott Haven Basics Welcome to Mott Haven, the birthplace of the Bronx! This historic neighborhood often gets a bad rap due to its tumultuous past....

Bedford Green House Provides Affordable and Eco-Friendly Housing

A truly unique housing opportunity is being developed at 2865 Creston Avenue in the Bronx. This extensive project is focused on creating housing that...

How The NYC Boroughs Got Their Names 

New York City can be quite confusing if you're from anywhere else, especially with all the boroughs, neighborhoods, and many different area references. Sometimes...

Limited Time Left For Affordable Housing Lottery at 304 East 134th Street, Bronx

304 East 134th Street in the Port Morris section of the Bronx is a seven-story, brand new residential building. There are seven affordable housing...

Bird Watching Locations in NYC

Spring migration, a climate perfect for bird watching, is on the come up in the NYC area. Bird migration is always happening, but where...

Expansion of the Soundview Ferry Route in NYC. Benefit for the Community or Increased Gentrification?

Towards the end of 2021, Former Mayor Bill de Blasio and President of New York City Economic Development Corporation, Rachel Loeb, expanded the Soundview...

River Crest Affordable Housing Lottery Open Until June 27, 2022

The Bronx has attracted a slew of housing activity in recent months, with the latest new construction at River Crest. River Crest is a...

When Can Landlords Legally Turn Off the Heat?

As temperatures rise, skies clear, and the city settles into the full flush of April, New Yorkers start throwing open their windows to breathe...

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