Second Take: The fate of rent-stabilized housing

Calls for a rent freeze gain momentum

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May.May 01, 2020 06:30 PM


When it comes to New York City’s rent-stabilized housing stock, landlords and tenants are usually on opposite sides of the table. But there are signs that even landlords are open to the idea of one-year rent freezes for the city’s really 1 million rent-stabilized units.

The Real Deal‘s Hiten Samtani caught up with senior reporter Kathryn Brenzel to discuss the latest at the Rent Guidelines Board and the potential implications for New Yorkers.


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