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Tenants in the city's 1 million rent stabilized apartments will see their monthly payments rise 1.25 %, according to a vote by Rent Guidelines...
On Tuesday night the city’s Rent Guidelines Board voted to approve a 1.25 percent increase on one-year leases and 2 percent increases for two-year...
After a two-year freeze, the Rent Guidelines Board on Tuesday voted to allow rent increases on rent-stabilized apartments. The board said landlords...
As the city’s Rent Guidelines Board gears up for its vote Tuesday determining the rent increases on the city’s nearly 1 million rent-stabilized...
New York City Patch6/26/2017
After two consecutive rent freezes, New York City's rent-stabilized tenants are looking at a likely rent hike. The New York City Rent Guidelines...