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Central Harlem »

NYCHA Misreported Repair and Maintenace Work, Comptroller Says

Comptroller Scott Stinger accused the Housing Authority of under-reporting their repair backlog. 

Fort Greene »

City to Build Affordable Senior Housing on Lawn at Ingersoll Houses

The city is looking for developers to build on the grassy area at Myrtle Avenue and St. Edwards Street.

East Harlem »

El Barrio Boxing Gym Fighting NYCHA to Set Up in Vacant Basement Space

El Barrio Boxing has been trying to move into the Johnson Houses since November.

Central Harlem »

VIDEO: Raccoons Terrorize Grandmother by Climbing Scaffold Outside Her Home

A masked bandit was caught with his hand in a box of cupcakes. 

Red Hook »

NYCHA Gets $3B FEMA Grant to Rebuild Developments Affected By Sandy

The largest ever single FEMA grant will repair and fortify 33 NYCHA developments.

Central Harlem »

Chronic Mold Problem Plagues Polo Grounds Houses Apartment, Tenant Says

Jacklyne Holmes has had mold removed from her Polo Grounds apartment twice, only to see it come back.

Civic Center »

Bratton Mulls Absorbing NYPD Housing Bureau Into Local Precincts

Officers who patrol the projects would be under local precinct command instead of the Housing Bureau.

East Harlem »

NYCHA To Launch Pilot Program to Make Repairs More Efficient

The program will put property managers in charge of maintenance and repairs, residents said.

Far Rockaway »

Power Company's Plan Doesn't Protect Rockaway from Future Floods, City Says

PSEG's plan, in its second phase, has also cut funding to programs in Rockaway.

Civic Center »

NYCHA Housing Stock in Worsening State of Disrepair, Comptroller Says

Almost 80 percent of NYCHA apartments have at least one maintenance problem, a report says.

East Harlem »

Children's Museum, NYCHA Create East Harlem Early Learning Hub

Union Settlement's early learning center at Johnson Houses focuses on closing the child achievment gap.

Mott Haven »

Teen Shot Near Bronx Housing Development

The 16-year-old victim was in stable condition, officials said.

Upper West Side »

Plan to Build Market-Rate High-Rise in Housing Project Draws Anger

NYCHA's plan would construct high-rises in the public housing complex's open space.

West Harlem »

Harlem-Based Program Looks to Close Skills Gap in the Workforce

Workforce Opportunity Services trains residents of public housing and military veterans for tech careers.