NYC’s Airbnb Law Has Thinned Out Listings. But Can It Bring Down Rents?
If all short-term rentals could be instantly converted to regular rental housing, it would nearly triple the city’s number of available units.
Official Government Report: It’s Damn Near Impossible to Find an Apartment in NYC
So far, the official government position has been to do jack shit about it.
The Eric Adams Table of Success
Would You Rent This Tiny Upper Manhattan Studio for $1,500 a Month
An apartment that's so small that getting out of bed would put you right in the kitchen is what's considered a steal these days.
A Private Equity Firm Bought This East Village Apartment Complex. A Year Later, Most of the Original Tenants Are Gone
Good Cause Eviction laws would have helped keep those tenants in their homes, and made life for remaining tenants easier.
Three Inches of Water in a Flooded Basement Apartment and Nowhere Else to Go: ‘It Feels Like We’re Forgotten’
Tania knows her basement floods when it rains. But she doesn’t know where else she can go.
Scenes From an Open House for a $1,899/Month Little Italy Studio Apartment With a Bathtub in the Kitchen
Manhattan rents are at a "tipping point." Has it affected the market for studios with bathtubs in the kitchen?
Report: Despite What Landlords Might Say, Rent-Stabilized Apartments Are Pretty Easy to Rent
As landlords attempt to get rid of rent-stabilization forever, a peek into how easy their jobs are.
Why the Last-Ditch Effort to Pass Good Cause Failed
Lawmakers and advocates point fingers, as New York's dysfunctional government failed to act once again.
Why Are NYC Democrats Endorsing This Landlord-Backed Bill That Would Be a ‘Total Disaster for Rent-Stabilized Housing’?
One lawmaker dropped their support after Hell Gate asked them about it.