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Upper West Side »

UWS Building for Chronically Homeless Gets $13M Renovation

An Amsterdam Avenue SRO underwent a three-year-long renovation to transform its interior.

Port Richmond »

Community Board Says No to Staten Island Mental Health Facility

Representatives of Saint Joseph's Medical Center outlined plans for a facility at a meeting Tuesday.

Morrisania »

$550 Per Month Studio Apartments to Open in Bronx This Summer

Boston Road Residence at 1175 Boston Rd. will also offer units for the formerly homeless.

Melrose »

New Affordable, Veterans Housing Buildings Slated for Melrose by 2017

Apartment projects are being developed of Phipps Houses, The Briarwood Organization and The Bridge.

East Flatbush »

500 Affordable Apartments Underway at Kings County Hospital Complex

CAMBA Gardens Phase II broke ground Monday in East Flatbush and is expected to finish in 2016.

Gramercy »

One Person Seriously Hurt in Gramercy Fire, FDNY Says

The blaze broke out inside Kenmore Hall on E. 23rd St., officials said.

Morrisania »

Bronx Added Most Supportive Housing in City Over Last Decade, Stats Show

The city has placed roughly 2,500 supportive housing units into the Bronx since 2005.

Belmont »

Former Marine Holds Cleanup at Property That He Wants to Use to House Vets

Gonzalo Duran hopes to turn the house into a place where returning veterans can stay.

Crown Heights »

Planned Crown Heights Facility for Mentally Ill Angers Homeowners

Scores of longtime homeowners oppose plans to build apartments for the mentally ill on their block.

West Village »

Housing for Formerly Homeless AIDS Patients Reopens After Sandy

The nation's first residence for people with HIV and AIDS, located in the West Village, has reopened.

Bushwick »

Group Wants Convent Redeveloped into Apartment Building

Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council hopes to turn the space to affordable and supportive housing.

West Village »

Housing for Formerly Homeless AIDS Patients Needs $1M to Reopen After Sandy

Residents of the Bailey-Holt House in the West Village are now scattered across the city.

Sugar Hill »

Developer Will Halt Sugar Hill Jackhammering at 9 P.M. Amid Outcry

Broadway Housing Communities' site will end drilling and jackhammering at 9 p.m. instead of 11 p.m.

Sugar Hill »

17 Hours of Jackhammering at Affordable Housing Site Jars Sugar Hill

Neighbors say Broadway Housing Communities' project is worthwhile but too noisy.

Roosevelt Island »

Hospital Patients Forced Out as Roosevelt Island Tech Campus Moves In

Some 800 people will leave Goldwater over the next 18 months, the Health and Hospitals Corporation said.