A recent study conducted by the City Comptroller’s Office reveals that NYC’s crowding rate continues to grow for the past 10 years.
Astoria is the only neighborhood in Queens to see an increase in the young college educated population.
The real estate market in Elhmhurst is on the rise as Chinese investors are choosing to buy properties in Elmhurs over long time favorite Flushing.
A Bushwick-based NGO, Sure We Can, also the only licensed, homeless-friendly can collection center in New York, now faces the problem of being asked by its landlord to spend millions to buy the factory in which it operates, or face eviction.
Voters in Brooklyn’s Flatbush community say that sky-high rent is the number one neighborhood issue they would like the midterm elections to turn around.
Jazmel Ramirez, living in an apartment on 130 w 228 street in Marble Hill Manhattan, just got her apartment fixed. But within a few months, she knows, she’ll be back at square one, for the renovations are of no permanent quality.