The blaze broke out inside Kenmore Hall on E. 23rd St., officials said.
The city has placed roughly 2,500 supportive housing units into the Bronx since 2005.
Gonzalo Duran hopes to turn the house into a place where returning veterans can stay.
Scores of longtime homeowners oppose plans to build apartments for the mentally ill on their block.
The nation's first residence for people with HIV and AIDS, located in the West Village, has reopened.
Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council hopes to turn the space to affordable and supportive housing.
Residents of the Bailey-Holt House in the West Village are now scattered across the city.
Broadway Housing Communities' site will end drilling and jackhammering at 9 p.m. instead of 11 p.m.
Neighbors say Broadway Housing Communities' project is worthwhile but too noisy.
Some 800 people will leave Goldwater over the next 18 months, the Health and Hospitals Corporation said.
True Colors Residence is a six-story energy efficient building on West 154th Street that is New York State's first permanent supportive housing facility for LGBT youth.
CB 12's Land Use committee voted in favor of a resolution to support the new affordable housing development.
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