The construction industry’s nonfatal injury and illness rate—a key construction safety indicator—edged down last year, though the total number of those incidents rose, the Labor Dept. has reported.
Thousands of landlords are getting 421a tax breaks that they didn’t qualify for.
Crain’s New York: De Blasio Housing Czar Personally Tells Developers to House Homeless in Affordable Units
A top de Blasio official has been calling developers of affordable rental buildings about a new regulation that would require them to house homeless families—the administration's latest attempt to stem the city's record-setting shelter population.
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The only failure here is the federal government’s inability to provide additional subsidies to create and preserve more Section 8 and public housing for the lowest-income New Yorkers.
Five contractor associations filed the suit Tuesday afternoon in State Supreme Court in Manhattan to block the city's prohibition on crawler cranes operating when winds exceed 30 miles per hour.
The 2017-18 school year could bring some fiscal relief for school districts, as new economic data suggests the state cap on property taxes will rise above one percent.
With construction seemingly on every corner, it might come as a surprise to New Yorkers that many projects haven’t been able to put shovels in the ground. It’s not for lack of financing, crews or equipment. What’s missing is a single worker, whose absence keeps projects stuck on the drawing board: a site-safety person.
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The Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development, a group representing nonprofit developers who focus on below-market-rate housing, released an analysis claiming that rental development is still trickling in without the contentious tax abatement,.