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November 2016 Archives

New law restricts Airbnb's advertising in New York

It's a tradition for many to visit New York City during the holiday season to shop, see the parade or catch a show. While a decade ago that would have meant staying at a Midtown Hotel or somewhere in Greenwich Village, Airbnb, the home-sharing company, has transformed the NYC visit for many in recent years by putting out-of-town guests in the homes of strangers renting to them.

Apartment-linked temperature disputes can get heated in NYC

Imagine being an employee at the New York City Department of Housing Preservation & Development tasked with fielding customer complaints. Workers there were contacted by disgruntled consumers nearly 238,000 times last year -- just on heat-related concerns.

Major NYC landlord group targeted in tenants' lawsuit

A recent media report notes that A&E Real Estate Holdings, reportedly the fifth-largest owner of apartment rental units in New York City, has been "touted as an important success story" by city administrators for the central role it plays in building and preserving affordable dwellings for metro residents.