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When the temperature reached a high of 99.6 degrees Fahrenheit in North Riverdale last Wednesday, city shelters reported a daily count of just under 49,000 people, up from about 45,000 at the beginning of 2022, the coldest time of year. more
The housing lottery is open for a pair of new seven-story apartment buildings erected by Mark Stagg over the last 18 months, flanking the north and south sides of the Henry Hudson Parkway overpass. more
Community boards may have a long wait ahead to learn the details of “City of Yes,” the auspicious name given to three citywide zoning text amendments Mayor Eric Adams announced last month. more
Anyone who thinks they understand how the city’s finance department determines the taxable value of co-ops and condos should call Assemblywoman Emily Gallagher who represents the 50th District comprising Williamsburg and Greenpoint. more
Co-op owners got together Sunday in their old haunt atop X2O Xaviers on the Hudson to chat about the year’s hottest topics — reverse mortgages and criminal background checks — and to revisit a few evergreen ones — tax abatements, boiler replacements. There was nary an N95 mask in sight, just the sun glinting off the river and an operatic view of the midtown skyline in the distance. more
The Rent Guidelines Board voted 5-4 Tuesday night to grant final approval to the biggest rent hike for rent-stabilized tenants in nine years. Rent for one-year leases will go up 3.25 percent and 5 percent for two-year leases. more
Legislation that will create more flexible rules for converting underutilized hotel space into permanent housing was signed into law recently by Gov. Kathy Hochul. more
The New York City Housing Authority will soon move forward in its plan to place some 25,000 apartments into a new NYCHA Preservation Trust — a public benefit corporation state lawmakers voted to establish last week. more
The Doe Fund and Robert Sanborn Development have begun the construction of a $49 million affordable and supportive housing development in the Wakefield section of the North Bronx that will be called The Plains, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced on May 25. more
There’s already massive inflation, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the skyrocketing costs at the gas pump. But there’s a new dilemma facing American families, and it’s one that could have dire consequences. more
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