As Rents Rise, Mayor Adams Faces Pressure on New York’s Housing Crisis

“We’ve got to get it right,” the mayor says, but the City Council and advocates want him to push more and spend more to address the dire shortage of affordable housing.

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Bronx Fire Survivors Lament City’s Failure to Disburse Aid

Nearly four months after a fire tore through a Bronx complex, killing 17 people, its residents say that the city has yet to disburse millions in aid.

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Despite the Dire Housing Picture, the South Bronx Sees a Way Forward.

In the South Bronx, developers found ways to build an array of sleek, affordable apartments in two subsidized housing developments. Is this a way forward?

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