by Bryce Covert Aug 19, 2015
New York City says it will end veteran homelessness by the end of the year. A look inside exactly what it takes.
by Samantha Page Aug 14, 2015
Storage could help transition the power grid to a clean energy future. Here's how it's happening in a New York City apartment building.
by Sam P.K. Collins Aug 7, 2015
“The bottom line here is that treatment saves lives. The absence of treatment puts lives in danger."
by Alan Pyke Aug 4, 2015
If approved, Mayor Bill de Blasio's (D) new rule would require developers to give the city something back whenever it helps them make more money on a project.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 10, 2015
"If people have green space, they can live a better life."
by Carimah Townes Jul 8, 2015
The change follows mounting pressure to eliminate a bail system that disproportionately impacts low-income people of color who haven't even been found guilty of a criminal offense.
by Bryce Covert Jul 2, 2015
The city has also taken steps to ensure that low-income tenants will have equal access to building amenities.
by Scott Keyes Jul 2, 2015
Homeless shelters are currently stretched to the limit, accommodating nearly 60,000 homeless people in New York City every night.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 24, 2015
No surprise here.
by Alan Pyke Jun 8, 2015
A 40-year-old tax break for housing developers in New York City leaves way too much wiggle room for builders to get public subsidies without delivering a rental housing market that city residents can afford, according to the city's mayor.