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A former New York City Housing Authority employee was sentenced to 12 years in prison for shooting a building superintendent who had written him up for a job infraction, according to the Bronx District Attorney’s office. more
Laura Levine-Pinedo, who operates Bronx Burger House in North Riverdale, shows off gift bags she and a host of Riverdale area volunteers donated to 112 mothers on May 7 at the Praxis Housing Initiatives’ Broadway Family Plaza family shelter. more
The city has forced real estate developer Stagg Group to pause on its development at 3745 Riverdale Ave. The work site was shut down after inspectors from the construction safety enforcement unit for the buildings department observed several violations at the site early last month. more
Some New York residents hoping to see relief during a time of rising costs and inflation may be in for a major disappointment. more
The average rental price over the past month in the Bronx has increased by nearly 1.5 percent from $2,144 to $2,175. That’s according to a report from MNS Real Estate New York City. more
You don’t have to hear it from us — it’s expensive to live in New York City. Zumper, a website that provides rental listings across the country, says a typical two-bedroom apartment in the city costs $3,400 a month — topped only by a similar-sized apartment in San Francisco. more
Are you a young person hoping to make a little bit of money this summer? If so, the city might have a job for you. more
Residents at Fort Independence Houses are still without heat months after complaining to the New York City Housing Authority. more
A consultant with one of the most active developers in this part of the Bronx is about to take on a new position. Former Bronx borough president Adolfo Carrión Jr., is set to become the next commissioner of the city's housing preservation and development department. more
Background checks can make or break someone. Especially if that someone has a criminal history. Such checks may already cost people jobs and maybe even loans. But a new piece of legislation in front of the city council could take one essential piece of living off that list: homes. more
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