Between a slow city bureaucracy and a slower legal system, some tenants haven’t been able to cook for months. Are landlords trying to push them out?
Bensonhurst: At the Workers Justice Project, serving immigrant laborers, some members are fearful. And some are not.
Brooklyn Heights is among the neighborhoods in the borough reaping benefits from a tourism boom
Unless owners own their building, there is not a lot of protection from rising rents
More people are seeking help at the food pantries, and rising rents seem to be the reason
In Fort Greene and Clinton Hill: more diversity, more immigrants, and more language challenges
On 12th St. In Park Slope: One fire, three houses, and the long road to normalcy
What happens to promises of training and jobs when one developer sells to others?
The Buildings of Brooklyn: Rising rents are one signal of gentrification. Shiny new doors are another.