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New Landlord for Troubled Building but Tenants Are Skeptical

Repairs have started in the building left by previous owner with more than 200 violations.

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U-Haul Declares Bronx America’s Fastest Growing City

But Demographers and the U.S. Census Bureau aren’t so sure…
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Bronx man falls to his death

A 35-year-old man fell to his death in an elevator shaft, while moving into an apartment building with his wife.

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Open Vacant Buildings to Low-Income Families, Housing Advocates Urge

Community activists want the city to reconsider what it calls affordable housing.

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The Soundview Tenants Who Fell Through the Cracks

In Soundview, a group of former Ocelot tenants are suing their new landlord.

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Hope for the “Ocelot” Tenants?

Manida Street tenants gained new hope after a rehab company bought their buildings’ debt.

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A Squatter’s Paradise?

Will the housing crisis in the Bronx lead to a rise in squatting?

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Bronx Residents Protest Poor Living Conditions

Residents from six Ocelot buildings wage a protest at Dime Savings Bank.

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