The city is refusing to consider the demographic and racial impact of its rezoning projects, advocates say.
Union Theological Seminary pledged $5 million for affordable housing. But critics say an agreement may allocate only $1 million for that purpose.
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.
New York's quickly growing senior citizen population struggles amid risings costs and other challenges in a constantly changing city.
Puerto Rican families staying in hotels in New York are living in a state of limbo amid eviction fears.
In communities where both housing and fresh food are needed, the fight over vacant land is prompting policy reform — and tense collaboration between builders and planters.
City officials are scrambling to help 86 families who fled after Hurricane María and now face being ousted from temporary housing hotels, thanks to FEMA.