We’re challenging the constitutionality of the New York Rent Stabilization Law (RSL) to ensure a more sensible framework in the future.
Landlords seek to improve their legal position while city officials and affordable-housing advocates say the law has long been on their side
Does New York’s “rent stabilization” law violate the federal Constitution?
One of the miracles of New York is the strong backbone of community small building owners have built across the city over the past few decades.
We’re an association of about 4,000 responsible owners and managers of 400,000 rent-stabilized properties across all five New York City boroughs.
Empower property owners to provide quality, affordable housing, build thriving communities, and employ tens of thousands New Yorkers, both directly and indirectly through their small businesses.
Our members are long-term property-holders who are deeply invested in the communities where they live and work. At CHIP, we envision a cycle of pride for New York housing: building owners can be free to provide housing they’re proud of to residents who are proud to live there.
We’re the voice of New York City’s building owners. We’re the largest trade association in NYC exclusively dedicated to protecting and service the interests of the residential housing industry.
RSA represents 25,000 property owners & agents responsible for approximately one million rent-stabilized units of housing. RSA’s members range from owners of one, small family buildings to large multi-family complexes, co-ops and condos.
At RSA, we work hard each day to be the fiercest ally for building owners, offering protection for bureaucratic overreach and compliance hurdles.