Department of Housing Preservation & Development

Recent Headlines
Nolita »

The chair warned HPD about continuing to ignore his effort to discuss their plan to build on the garden.

Greenwich Village »

A DNAinfo article complicated an already contentious affordable housing fight.

Fort Greene »

Seven new buildings along Fulton Street and Myrtle Avenue will bring 232 affordable units to the area.

East Harlem »

The city is hosting a series of information sessions to raise awareness about funding programs.

East New York »

Residents expressed dissatisfaction Wednesday with the city's plan to bring new housing to the area.

Gowanus »

Even if all goes as planned, Gowanus Green won't break ground until at least 2018, the developer said.

East Village »

Lindsey Bornstein wants an independent firm to conduct air and dust toxicity tests in the two buildings.

Williamsburg »

Units will be for residents earning 48 percent and 58 percent of the area media income (AMI).

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Residents are forced to climb dozens of flights of stairs during the breakdowns.

Upper East Side »

A developer plans to build two affordable housing buildings on Second Avenue near East 92nd Street.

Midtown East »

The developer of 214 E. 44th St. wants to make 87 of the 429 apartments affordable, the city said.

Central Harlem »

The petition asks Mayor Bill de Blasio not to tear down the gardens to build affordable housing.

Mariners Harbor »

The developers will rehabilitate the Mariners Harbor complex.

Lower East Side »

Housing officials reversed a decision to require a terminally ill man to "downsize" Monday.

Washington Heights »

Washington Heights and Inwood are home to 69 of the worst 206 buildings on the Public Advocate's list.