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Mayor Adams Hopes to Incentivize More Affordable Housing Development With New Zoning Laws

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...

Realtor Commissions Under Investigation in the U.S. and Canada 

The U.S. Justice Department recently took action to investigate American realtor commissions. Following in the footsteps of their southern neighbors, Canada’s government may similarly...

The Legality of Running a Business from Your Home

Running a business from the comfort of your residence comes with several perks: you save time on your commute, you have easy access to...

Programs and Resources for Affordable Senior Living in NYC

Year by year, New York City’s population is quickly growing grayer. According to a Department of Health and Mental Hygiene report titled The Health...

Mayor Adams Proposes $171M for Homeless Housing

NYC mayor Eric Adams is more strict with enforcing homeless camping bans than his predecessor. In late March, the New York Times reported that...

Governor Hochul Chooses New Lieutenant Governor and Running Mate 

The New York Times just reported that NY Governor Kathy Hochul has announced that her new pick for Lieutenant Governor is Antonio Delgado, after...

Eric Adams’ $99.7 Billion Budget Includes $5 Billion for Affordable Housing

Eric Adams recently released his proposed $99.7 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year. After the budget went public, the mayor spoke with reporters...

Craziest/Weirdest Laws in NYC That You May Not Know

Whether you believe it or not every state has their own set of bizarre rules. Unsure of where these laws are derived from, it...

Mayor Announces Billboards Targeting “Don’t Say Gay” Bill by Desantis. Tells Floridians to “Come to NYC”

NYC Mayor Eric Adams announced the city's plans to send billboard advertising signs to Florida, in protest of the state's passing of the controversial...

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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