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Great Kills »

Only 76 people sold homes to the city, which offered thousands of dollars in its Build it Back program.

Lower East Side »

The resiliency plan hinges on a developer getting city approval to build a 77-story tower.

Chinatown »

The complex will get a host of resiliency upgrades over the next 2 years.

Midland Beach »

The city began work last week on several prefab homes around Midland Beach.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The couple falsely claimed they lived in a home damaged in the 2012 hurricane, prosecutors said.

Midtown East »

Jacob Schwartz is also president of the Manhattan Young Democrats. 

Edgemere »

Nine homeowners had already moved out when they were told the homes weren't eligible for elevation.

Rockaway Park »

Karen "KC" Connors was buried at St. Charles cemetery last week after being buried at potter's field.

Rockaway Park »

Donna Rea is accused of stealing homes and assets from a dead woman in Rockaway Park. 

Breezy Point »

New Jersey's state attorney general filed a complaint against contractor Shore House Lifters last month.

Rockaway Park »

Karen Mary Connors, known as KC, died in 2011 and was buried on Hart Island, the city's Potter's Field.

Breezy Point »

Homeowners were not allowed to apply for repairs on anything other than their primary residence.

Broad Channel »

The long-delayed program won't "continue to be a s--t show" under Lou Mendes' watch, he vowed.

Breezy Point »

The communities in the 11697 zip code obtained 149 permits since 2015, according to city data.

Far Rockaway »

The beleaguered program has connected Hurricane Sandy-affected residents to union jobs.