Apartment market tracking firm RENTCafé predicts apartment construction will be down 12% from 2019 to the lowest level in five years.
As more and more people want the amenities of urban living, there's nowhere to build but up.
A New York Times reporter took a look at immigrants living in the cramped, dark, illegal spaces in Queens.
Research finds hostility to apartments contributes to affordability crisis.
That means rents are rising, too.
The median home sale in the borough has dipped below $1 million for the first time since 2015.
High-rise apartment buildings are a target for the growing home-sharing economy.
Houses of worship are merging or closing. In Philly, more than a quarter of those have been redeveloped.