Evictions could drive more people out of their apartments soon.
The pitch for infrastructure projects recalls Depression-era investment in roads and bridges.
New York City, with the most cases in the U.S., will be on a slower timeline.
Some neighborhoods depend on them as main suppliers of essential goods. Hundreds have had to close because of the coronavirus.
“Fiscal implications: To be determined,” an official summary of the bill reads.
More than half of renters around the country pay more for housing than what's considered affordable.
The median home sale in the borough has dipped below $1 million for the first time since 2015.
NYC schools plan to spend $28 million on personnel, services for homeless students.
What cities learn from competing can be a win.