Electeds de Blasio, Levine, Espaillat And Others Announce Cameras At NYCHA Houses

The de Blasio Administration today kicked off National Safety Month by announcing the installation of new closed-circuit television cameras at 22 public housing developments, representing an investment of $15 million in City and State funding. Continue Reading →

3 Big Problems Plague Harlem River Houses

Brittany Hunter lives inside the Harlem River Houses and says there are so many problems in her building — and they start at the front door. Continue Reading →

Harlem NYCHA Residents Bathe In Cold Water

Residents in a Harlem apartment say they haven’t taken a hot shower in months. Continue Reading →

Trump’s Budget Takes A ‘Meat Axe’ To Affordable Housing Budget From Harlem To Hollis

Still grappling with the implications of record cuts to federal public housing funding for 2017, NYCHA Chair Shola Olatoye joined Senator Chuck Schumer outside the Elliot Houses in Chelsea on Tuesday to predict the impact of additional multi-million dollar cuts laid out in President Donald Trump’s draft “skinny budget” for Fiscal Year 2018. Continue Reading →

NYCHA Embraces Private Development To Fight ‘Financial Death Spiral’

In the face of at least $35 million in federal funding cuts for 2017—what Bronx Council Member Ritchie Torres described Monday as a “financial death spiral”—New York City Housing Authority Chair Shola Olatoye insisted that NYCHA now has no choice but to fully embrace NextGeneration Neighborhoods. Continue Reading →

Wagner Houses Residents Say No Heat In Their Harlem Building

Inside Jessica Gonzalez’s apartment at the Wagner Houses, abuela is shivering huddled under a mass of blankets. Continue Reading →

How A Block Of Abandoned Harlem Buildings Were Transformed Into Affordable Housing

New York Yimby reports that a decade ago, the New York City Housing Authority emptied out 22 decaying tenement buildings on the south side of 114th Street in central Harlem, sending residents to public housing elsewhere in the city. Continue Reading →

City’s East Harlem Plan Would Allow Retail Development On NYCHA Properties

The de Blasio administration’s plan to rezone East Harlem would allow nearly half-a-million square feet of retail to be developed in three public-housing complexes, city documents show. Continue Reading →

Rosa And Others Receive Generosity At 5K Run/Walk Riverside Park In Harlem

gen1Rosa and her family were shown Generosity NYC in a multi-charity 5K Run/Walk that took place on Sunday, November 13th, 2016 in New York City’s Riverside Park at 104th Street in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Thousands Of NYCHA Tenants From Harlem To Hollis Struggle Without Gas

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The Daily News reported last week that over 400 apartments at the Ulysses S. Grant Houses in Harlem have been without gas since August 2016 — and service won’t be restored until early November 2016. Continue Reading →