Department of Homeless Services

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Woodside »

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer said neither he or other community leaders were notified of the use.

Bed-Stuy »

Locals opposing the proposed drop-in center say the neighborhood is oversaturated wth shelters.

East Williamsburg »

New York Loft Hostel will close after August 15 to make way for a 140-bed shelter.

Jackson Heights »

A controversial idea on how to address a homeless issue got the thumbs-up from some advocates.

Travis »

The city moved the last families from hotels in Travis Friday, officials said.

Kips Bay »

John Jemison, 45, threatened to kill the victim after arguing over money, police said. 

Elmhurst »

The family shelter, which was approved for a $23.8 million contract, must have kitchens in each unit.

Bushwick »

BKLYN House at 9 Beaver St. opened in December. The city is now using it to house homeless New Yorkers. 

Kips Bay »

The 30th Street Shelter will get security cameras for the first time in its three decades of operation.

Chelsea »

The building, which houses a controversial homeless shelter, could reportedly sell for $100 million.

Civic Center »

One of the mayor's deputy directors got the OK to consult for Bridge Career Centers LLC.

Kips Bay »

A shelter where a man was murdered on Friday has never had a camera system, a rep said.

Morris Park »

Gilberto Romero was arrested after assaulting his daughter in their Bronx home, officials said. 

Civic Center »

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city was working to recoup money from his friend's nonprofit.

Midwood »

The state Attorney General's Office is looking into Yitzchok Leshinsky's compensation and loans.