A roundup of predictions for what happens when Senate deadlock ends and struggles over housing legislation resume.
It’s still not clear where Senator Espada is leading his Housing Committee. Others dive in.
The State Assembly appears ready to enact an overhaul (again). It’s yet to be seen when or if things will change on the other side of the Capitol.
An effort to stem a tide of “vacancy decontrols” is gathering steam in the state capitol.
In this market, fewer owners can get the cash needed to exit the affordable housing program.
Landlords can’t turn away renters if their rent money comes from government assistance. Despite a new law, however, they’re still doing exactly that.
State says law’s vague definition of ‘demolition’ gives owners wide grounds for evictions.
What happens if market-rate apartment sales make life more expensive for those who stay?
The administration squares off against City Council on protecting Section 8 tenants.
An iconic, effective housing activist is remembered by those who knew her.