Renter catastrophe shows how bad NYC housing really is

Econ & Housing, The Daily Buzz

The bad news for New York city housing just keeps coming. Recent data suggest that a full third of current rental vacancies — more than 22,000 — come from tenants moving out over post-COVID rent hikes The pandemic drove people from the city, forcing landlords to offer sweetheart deals and concealing temporarily the persistent affordability…

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