An intense snowstorm, the first of the season, didn’t hamper dozens of upset tenants from marching in lower Manhattan for affordable housing and rent reform Thursday. Residents… Read more “Housing Advocates Call for Statewide Rent Control”
Nadira Sowkey looked down at the text message. We are not going to pay rent because you are very bad, you are very bad, you are bad… Read more “As Tenant Services Expand, Bronx Homeowner-Landlords Feel Forgotten”
Several hotels have quietly been converted to temporary shelters, angering local residents and public officials.
Panelists discussed the challenges faced by affordable housing developers.
One South Bronx resident describes the difference in rent in the Bronx and Manhattan.
A six-person family moves from a trendy Manhattan neighborhood to the Bronx.
An ever-increasing income disparity, high rents and chronic shortage of apartments make affordable housing elusive for many New Yorkers. The rush to develop in an effort to remedy this shortage poses its own risk of changing the fabric of neighborhoods irreversibly. Here’s a look at the 10th largest city in the U.S.: the Bronx.
A teacher leaves the Upper West Side to live in the community she serves.
This is part of a series about New Yorkers who have recently relocated to the Bronx. It’s called The New Bronx. On most afternoons, LaToya Clark, 31, can… Read more “The New Bronx: From Staten Island to South Bronx”
Elazar Hoch was 21 and living in Brooklyn when he decided to not continue his studies to become a Rabbi. His life is turning around in the Bronx.