Joining forces to block evictions, a phony Bronx landlord, & more


Share this Article

New York State Senator Brad Hoylman suggests renters band together to form unions to help block evictions when a moratorium ends in May (The Real Deal)

Over a 10-year period from 2009-2019, properties in Brooklyn saw the highest price appreciation in the city, rising 39 percent, according to a new report from PropertyShark (press release)

Want lots of sunlight? Localize has a new, three-dimensional simulation that shows how much natural light a building gets (press release) 

A phony landlord allegedly stole over $1 million from housing assistance programs by lying about owning several Bronx apartment buildings (New York Post) 

The two Midtown doormen who didn't appear to help an Asian woman during a violent attack last week were fired (The New York Times) 

An affordable apartment lottery opened in Bushwick for three, one-bedroom apartments (Brownstoner)