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About Us: Who We Are
We are tenants in the 57,000 Mitchell-Lama rental units through out New York City. There are approximately 150,000 of us living in these apartments.

There are two major types (cooperative and rental) of Mitchell-Lama housing in the City of New York. We support affordable housing, and protection for tenants of all current and former Mitchell-Lamas (and all other tenants!) -- but this website focuses primarily on Mitchell-Lama rental units and those going into rent stabilization or enhanced vouchers -- and we're particularly concerned with Mitchell-Lamas built before 1974 as they get taken out of the Mitchell-Lama program and into rent stabilization.

You may find other information about later buildings in the FAQs section of this website.

We've created this website because Mitchell-Lama rental buildings are facing serious changes in the laws that affect us.

This website does not provide legal advice. If you have legal questions, please consult a lawyer specializing in Mitchell-Lama or housing law, such as one of the lawyers listed on this web site.

For more information, or to get on an e-mail list of tenant activists, Click here.


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