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Civic Center »

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

Bed-Stuy »

The agency will provide services and resources directly to victims at NYCHA developments. 

Upper West Side »

Tenants are tired of years of delays and say the "deplorable conditions" must be repaired immediately. 

Red Hook »

Officials presented designs for the new NYCHA center to Red Hook senior citizens last week.

Long Island City »

Miriam's Restaurant and FreshDirect will be sending hot meals to 46 families in the Ravenswood Houses.

Mott Haven »

The agency recently finished and submitted a plan to improve the neighborhood.

Mott Haven »

Betances, Mill Brook, Mott Haven, Mitchel and Patterson Houses will get a sprucing up.

Claremont »

Some tenants are involved with a lawsuit against NYCHA in an effort to force the agency to make repairs.

Claremont »

Residents are struggling with mold, water leaks, broken windows, broken doors and peeling paint.

Mott Haven »

Former Patterson Houses resident Marta Diaz started the garden about 20 years ago.

Rockaway Beach »

Three schools in the city still have "fire watchers" in place of the alarms since the 2012 storm.

Port Richmond »

Ronald Bartiromo and Raymond D'Auria pleaded guilty to underpaying workers on two city projects.

Brooklyn Heights »

"We the People," which features photos and stories from 20 NYCHA residents, opens this month.

Crown Heights »

Rubain Dorancy accused Jesse Hamilton of ignoring 6 alleged rapes and assaults, with no substantiation.