The process of finding and applying for subsidized apartments has become so haphazard and mysterious that many New Yorkers don’t even know where to start.
New Yorkers who landed subsidized apartments – or are still looking – tell their stories. One lesson: friends can help.
Our interactive timeline traces the path of subsidized housing in the city from the 19th Century on.
The Paul Robeson Theater was recently landmarked. But with the building in disrepair, the Brooklyn institution's future is unclear.
Amid forecasts for an early winter-like blast, protesters at Zuccotti Park collected coats and blankets.
On the one-month anniversary of the protest, our reporters looked at the growing community at Zuccotti Park.
The new Castle Gardens housing complex serves former inmates and low-income New Yorkers.
The brick apartment building at 1328 Gates Ave. in Bushwick survived the Depression, the 1977 blackout and the 1980s crack epidemic. But it was nearly done in by this decade's housing boom and bust.