Rent hikes set for 30,000 Westchester apartments

Get ready for cries of "My rent is too damn high" in the Hudson Valley. Rent is going up for people living in 30,000 rent-controlled apartments in communities throughout Westchester. The increase

News 12 Staff

Jun 26, 2014, 4:29 PM

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Get ready for cries of "My rent is too damn high" in the Hudson Valley.
Rent is going up for people living in 30,000 rent-controlled apartments in communities throughout Westchester.
The increase applies to leases signed starting Oct. 1.
People with one-year leases will see a 1.5-percent hike while those with two-year leases will see a 2.5-percent increase.


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