It seems the far-reaching impacts of last week’s tremendous Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village court ruling will wait some time to take effect.
A court on Friday gave Stuy Town landlord Tishman Speyer a stay in having to take any actions after the decision last week, waiting until the results of an appeals process Read More
Early Monday afternoon, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver strode into a conference room at the State Capitol to perform a familiar, almost ritual act for the Democratic leader.
Flanked by a handful of smiling New York City–based colleagues, Mr. Silver stood at a wooden podium and announced the forthcoming passage of a Read More
The mayor today signed into law a bill that gives broader powers to tenants to challenge their landlords in cases of harassment, making it easier to bring claims in housing court.
The bill, which was opposed by the Rent Stabilization Association, a landlords group, comes as housing advocates say tenants are being Read More