1998-1999 News Articles
Surge in Low-Income Apartments in the Bronx by RACHELLE GARBARINE
Some of the last vacant lots on streets in two neighborhoods of the South Bronx are filling with rental apartment buildings for people earning no more than $24,000 a year.
For TriBeCa, a 49-Unit Condo
The legend "Castree Building" is still discernible on both sides of a sooty granite frieze halfway up the six-story landmarked building at the corner of North Moore and Hudson Streets in the TriBeCa West Historic District.
Linking Low-Rent Gousing to Manhattan’s Market by ALAN S. OSER
I WANTED my own place,” said Ronaid Williams, 30, who was living with his girlfriend and her mother in their house on Staten Island when he started hunting for an apartment. What he found last February have left him ecstatic.