The city is in the midst of an historic plan to build affordable housing but people who want to live in those low-income units face enormous difficulty finding and applying for them.
A new climate change report predicts that more frequent severe weather patterns threaten the water supply and may flood transit systems and submerge a third of city streets.
A majority of New York City Democrats would vote against a mayoral candidate who opposed paid sick leave and a living wage, according to a new survey to be released today. City Hall News reports.
The failure of Washington lawmakers to present a plan to cut $1.2 trillion from the federal budget could cost New York $5 billion in federal subsidies.
In the past year, the housing authority has let contracts worth $10 million to a consultant to oversee a major restructuring. The content of that advice is under wraps. City Limits reports.
This week Occupy Wall Street occupied… Wall Street. Protesters also spilled over into most of lower Manhattan. With all the action, stakes are high for this week’s winners and losers list.
New York is ready to be the center of the web technology universe. As the NYCEDC’s newly named Entrepreneur At Large, how can I help the city’s vibrant startup community make that happen?
Fifteen hours after Mayor Michael Bloomberg ordered the police to clear Zuccotti park, a state Supreme Court judge denied a motion to allow protesters to return to the park with their belongings.
Election Day had its fair share of real winners and losers. We prefer to highlight the behind-the-scenes operatives, the endorsements that made a difference, and the officials who bet it all and won (or lost) big.