An estimated 225,000 people across the state will be at risk of eviction. “We talked about giving people a little more …

An estimated 225,000 people across the state will be at risk of eviction.

“We talked about giving people a little more breathing room, giving them a little more relief on a short term basis — and that went all the way until Jan. 15,” Governor Kathy Hochul said during a press briefing Tuesday, confirming she would not extend the moratorium.

New York is the biggest rental market in the U.S., with almost half of state residents living in rented units.

Black and Hispanic residents are more likely to be rent-burdened — spend more than 30% of their income on rent — according to the Robin Hood poverty tracker.

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