One analyst said Friday that the tax proposal from presidential candidate and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio 'would destroy a lot of wealth in the country'
by Jim Dalrymple II | Aug 2
The data-sharing agreement, reached last week, is the latest development in a long-running conflict between Airbnb and New York City
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 24
The home-sharing heavyweight will team up with New York City's RXR Realty to rent out spaces in commercial buildings
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 19
Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to identify city's 'illegal hotels'
by Veronika Bondarenko | Feb 20
Metropolitan Property Group is accused of converting units in buildings it owned or managed into illegal short-term rentals
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 15
NYC is escalating battle with the short-term rental platform
by Emma Hinchliffe | Aug 10
NYC’s new mandate aims to inspire homeowners to help the environment (and their pocketbook)
by Tina Casey | Sep 25
The battle between the President-elect and the mayors
by Bernice Ross | Nov 24
Without a new tax break, builders cannot afford 80,000 below-market units
by Jennifer Riner | Apr 4
NYC building managers can learn sustainability best practices starting this April
by Jennifer Riner | Mar 30
Allowing benefits to lower-earning residents helps sway community leaders in Mayor's favor
by Jennifer Riner | Mar 28
Data shows evictions down amid city-funded programs
by Jennifer Riner | Mar 10
Gov. Cuomo takes action to “root out” biases preventing fair access of real estate
by Jennifer Riner | Feb 23
de Blasio's administration proposes second aspect of Housing New York
by Jennifer Riner | Feb 17