Union Theological Seminary pledged $5 million for affordable housing. But critics say an agreement may allocate only $1 million for that purpose.
Tag: New York City
When New York City’s poll site 094 opens on Tuesday, only a few voters will likely show up.
Our reporters ask voters: What midterm election issue affects you the most and why?
Some Brooklyn homeowners are going to new lengths to ward off aggressive real estate agents looking for houses to sell.
More than 300 demonstrators took to the steps of City Hall to decry the displacement of longtime residents and small businesses.
El Paso, a decade-old neighborhood staple, recently reopened as Harlem Industrial Kitchen, which features food and design geared toward a more affluent crowd.
Our reporters examine how E-hail companies upended the NYC taxi business – exacting a rising human and economic toll.
New York's quickly growing senior citizen population struggles amid risings costs and other challenges in a constantly changing city.