NYCHA State Of Emergency From Harlem To Hollis Could Cost City Hundreds Of Millions

Curbed NY reports that Earlier this month, Governor Andrew Cuomo officially declared a state of emergency on the New York City Housing Authority, calling for the appointment of an independent monitor who will oversee expedited repairs at public housing facilities. Continue Reading →

NYCHA Facing $25B In Repairs ‘Hitting A Crisis Point’ From Harlem To Hollis

NY Curbed reports that the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is plagued by problems, not least of which is a lack of funding that has hobbled the agency’s ability to keep its hundreds of thousands of apartments in a state of good repair. Continue Reading →

Cuomo Declares State Of Emergency On NYCHA From Harlem To Hollis

NY Curbed reports that on Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans to declare a state of emergency at New York City Housing Authority in order to expedite much-needed repair workreports the New York Post. Continue Reading →

The Groundswell Behind The “Future, Past, Present Day We Find A Way,” Mural In Harlem

As seen in the protests in Charlottesville and the subsequent removals of Confederate statues like the Dr. J. Marion Sims statue in East Harlem and across the nation, art is a site of power when placed in a public space. Continue Reading →

Health Department CSS Of NY Host Resident Photo Show In Harlem

The Health Department’s Center for Health Equity and the Community Service Society of New York (CSS) today hosted a photography exhibit showcasing the work of 28 public housing residents in East and Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s A. Philips Randolph Houses Honored With Historic Preservation Award

Trinity Financial, a community-driven, diverse real estate development firm with a proven-track record of redeveloping complex urban sites from New York to Greater Boston, is proud to announce that this week, A. Philip Randolph Houses is being honored with two major awards tied to the project’s commitment to historic preservation. Continue Reading →

Harlem RBI’s Wins This Years Governor Hugh L. Carey Award 2016

harlem-rbi2Mutual of America announced the recipients of its 2016 Community Partnership Award, which annually honors the outstanding contributions that nonprofit organizations, in partnership with public, private and other social sector organizations, make to society. Continue Reading →

City Estimates The Impact Of E. Harlem Rezoning

east-harlem-rezoning-mapWhen city planners unveiled the new zoning for East Harlem at a community board meeting last month, neighbors wanted to know how many new apartments would grow, and how many people could potentially be displaced. Continue Reading →