PROPOSED GUIDELINES FOR LEASES RENEWING BETWEEN 10/1/2017 AND 9/30/2018
A summary of the preliminary vote is now available
NYC Rent Guidelines Board has posted a summary of the preliminary vote for rent stabilized apartments, lofts, and hotel units for leases renewing between 10/1/2017 and 9/30/2018. The vote was held on April 25, 2017. The full text of these proposed orders will be made available to the public after they have been published in the City Record. The summary is also available in html format (translatable option).
Pre-registration is now open for those wishing to speak at any of the five public hearings (the
schedule may be viewed in the About
Us section of our website). Call 212-669-7480 and press 0 to register to speak.
The final vote will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 in Mason Hall at Baruch College (17 Lexington Ave, corner of 23rd St).
2017 RGB MEETING & HEARING SCHEDULE
Entire 2017 schedule now available
NYC Rent Guidelines Board has posted the complete schedule
of meetings and hearings, including the dates and locations of the preliminary vote (Tuesday, April 25, 7pm); five public hearings (June 5-19); and final vote (Tuesday, June 27, 7pm). The full
schedule may be viewed in the About
Us section of our website.
The NYC Rent Guidelines Board offers email notices of upcoming meetings and hearings. To subscribe to our notices, visit the NYC.gov Email Updates page and select the "NYC Rent Guidelines Board Announcements" newsletter. If you have previously signed up for NYC.gov email updates and wish to subscribe to RGB Announcements, or wish to unsubscribe, visit the NYC.gov Unsubscribe/Modify page instead.
Video of RGB public meetings, hearings, and votes are available on YouTube. Video will be posted within three days following each meeting and hearing.
Read the research
reports that the RGB uses to determine the
NYC Rent Guidelines Board annually
prepares six research studies:
and Expense Study
Index of Operating Costs
and Affordability Study
to the Rent Stabilized Housing Stock in NYC
- Housing Supply Report
The first four reports of 2017, the Price
Index of Operating Costs; Income
and Affordability Study; Income and Expense Study; and Mortgage
Survey Report, have been released, and may be read and
downloaded in the Housing
Research section of our website.
Find out how much rent can increase in rent stabilized apartments, lofts & hotels
may view and download the Orders and Explanatory Statements detailing the current and previously
issued guidelines for apartments, lofts and hotels in
Guidelines section of our website.
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