Learn how city and state policy decisions affect New York’s bridges, buildings, highways, and housing.
The latest HOPE count of unsheltered people in New York City has been released. Read More.
A proposed new law in New York City would require all land-use decisions to include a “racial-impact study.” Read More.
The infamously cramped Port Authority Bus Terminal is an essential link for tens of thousands of commuters. Read More.
The Oculus is vaulted by an elaborately ribbed, retractable roof that has struggled with leaks since its opening and has now suffered a tear in its rubber seal. Read More.
Expansion of rent regulation—along with rolling back provisions for decontrol of rents—has long been a priority for the Left in New York. Read More.
With tens of billions of dollars in capital requirements, NYCHA is raising serious questions about its assets and options. Read More.
There’s a movement to spread the gospel of rent regulation to the rest of New York, including impoverished areas in the Southern Tier. Read More.
There is one bright spot to the New York State budget—the 2% cap on property taxes has been made permanent for local jurisdictions. Read More.
Forty-one percent of Gotham residents report that they can’t afford to live here and are considering moving out. Read More.
The facts you need to know about the issues that matter most in New York.