New York tried to make apartments affordable. The opposite happened.

Econ & Housing

People move through the streets of Manhattan. | Spencer Platt/Getty Images NEW YORK — As the Covid-19 pandemic hit New York City in the spring of 2020, a subsequent exodus of residents ushered in a seemingly new era for the city’s ever-turbulent rental housing market. Landlords offered months of free rent in some of the…

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