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Bill would compel landlords to eradicate asthma triggers

In many of New York’s low-income buildings, asthma triggers, like mold and vermin, go undealt with. And that means...

WATCH: The principals of Slate discuss why they’re all for income averaging

Slate Property Group founders Martin Nussbaum and David Schwartz recently visited The Real Deal’s offices, where they voiced support...

NYC gets exemption from anti-segregation rules

New York lawmakers successfully lobbied to exempt the city from a new federal program to combat housing segregation. On...

De Blasio, Cuomo resolve federal housing bond dispute

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo don’t see eye-to-eye on much these days, but they have resolved...

Comptroller blames state for affordable housing delays

The construction and rehabilitation of thousands of affordable units was delayed because money was earmarked for projects state housing...

Income-restricted co-op listings languish

 Even in New York City’s red-hot residential market, listings with income restrictions are languishing.

Nonprofit revives $11M Bronx housing project

A nonprofit that provides affordable housing for domestic violence survivors is breathing life into a Bronx condo project that...

Sugar Hill housing development set to open 2014

  A New Affordable Housing Building Developed By Broadway Housing Communities will open in Sugar Hill early next year,...

The Real Deal’s Numbers to Know

“Numbers to know” is a weekly web feature that catalogues the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics. Luxury sales continue to soar, low-income New Yorkers receive a gift from the city and...

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Google, Verizon take a dip in low-income housing investment pool

More companies and fewer investment banks are putting money into affordable housing developments, according to the New York Times,...

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