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Jun 11, 2013

Other People's Money: Inside the Housing Crisis and the Demise of the Greatest Real Estate Deal Ever Made

May 31, 2013

Many tenants in Stuyvesant Town face big rent hikes after a judge's ruling in long-standing court case

Many Stuy Town tenants are getting hit with big rent increases in the middle of their leases, the Daily News has learned. Shell-shocked tenants will have to pay as much as $1,100 more per month — with as little as two weeks notice.
Apr 11, 2013

End credit checks for job seekers

Like many New Yorkers, Hazel B. of Queens struggled to get by after she was laid off from her job as an accounts receivable administrator. A single mother of two, Hazel relied on credit cards to make ends meet while she looked for work.
Mar 14, 2013

Barbs for Midtown Plan

Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to expand office space around Grand Central Terminal by allowing supersize skyscrapers faces a new obstacle: City Council Member Daniel Garodnick, who has the power to stymie the mayor's plan, wants the city to study adding residential towers to the mix.
Feb 25, 2013

Stuy Town residents file rent reduction claim

Residents of Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village are seeking a rent reduction for services lost in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Feb 25, 2013

New York Mayoral Candidates Weigh in on Budget Reform

With the city budget season heating up, so begins what has affectionately become known as “the budget dance.” New York City Councilmembers will hold weeks of hearings on the effects of cuts in Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s 2013 budget proposal.
Feb 7, 2013

Bellevue Hospital Center Re-Opens With Full Ambulance and Level 1 Trauma Services

Alan D. Aviles, President of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC), announced today that Bellevue Hospital Center has fully re-opened, resuming its Level 1 Trauma Center status, opening all 828 inpatient beds, and once again filling a critical healthcare need for the community.
Feb 5, 2013

East vs. West Battle Brews

A plan to rezone a large swath of midtown east to allow a new generation of super-skyscrapers could cost the city dearly unless the plan can be delayed, according to critics of the project who cite threats to the redevelopment of the Hudson Yards area west of Penn Station.


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