Upstate tenants organized to protect people from evictions and demand a systematic solution to the housing crisis caused by COVID-19.
Tenants could be protected from sudden rent increases by removing their buildings from the unstable real-estate cycle.
Data from CHIP shows enough empty apartments to house all homeless New Yorkers When it comes to New York City’s….
Housing agencies estimate that as many as 20 million tenants could face eviction proceedings without action.
Democrats gain supermajority in both houses Both houses of the New York State Legislature should be more pro-tenant when their….
If the expiring state and federal limits on evictions are not renewed, tens of thousands of additional families will face losing their homes beginning January 3, in the dead of winter and during the worst health crisis this city has seen since 1918.
Tenants in three Harlem buildings plagued by broken elevators, collapsing ceilings, and infestations of cockroaches and mice dressed as ghouls and goblins to stage a Halloween–themed protest.