Will housing prices go down with fewer short-term renters around?
It's unclear whether reducing the number of short-term rentals will free up housing for city residents.
The explosion of short-term rentals has exacerbated the city's housing crisis.
Come October, Latanya DeVaughn, owner of mobile bookstore Bronx Bound Books, anticipates author events and a permanent spot at the mall.
The workers currently earn $7 an hour on average. Starting in July, they'll make nearly $18 an hour before tips.
The city's new anti-body discrimination law is aimed at revamping workplace protections.
An exhibit at New York City's Fofografiska museum spotlights how poverty and inequality in the 1970s helped create the genre.
New tech is sprouting up in subsectors that already thrive in NYC, like finance and media, according to Tech:NYC's Julie Samuels.
One report found that net effective median rent in Brooklyn jumped more than 27% year-over-year in August.