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Department of Housing Preservation & Development

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Central Harlem »

The petition asks Mayor Bill de Blasio not to tear down the gardens to build affordable housing.

Mariners Harbor »

The developers will rehabilitate the Mariners Harbor complex.

Lower East Side »

Housing officials reversed a decision to require a terminally ill man to "downsize" Monday.

Washington Heights »

Washington Heights and Inwood are home to 69 of the worst 206 buildings on the Public Advocate's list.

Inwood »

One-bedrooms at 552 Academy St., which underwent a $22 million renovation, will start at $720 a month.

Melrose »

Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo backed a proposal by a nonprofit who hired her disgraced nephew.

Fort Greene »

James got $4,000 from developers, then wrote them a letter of support to the city.

Chelsea »

The Penn South co-op will select 1,200 lottery winners who will be able to buy affordable units.

East Williamsburg »

The East Williamsburg building includes Section 8 housing for very low-income residents. 

Murray Hill »

A Hertz garage on 40th Street will be demolished to make way for a 36-story residential building.

Fort Greene »

Like Bill de Blasio, the public advocate needs to have her property registered with HPD.

Chelsea »

The city will consider other sites for affordable housing, so the disputed lot could become a park.

Murray Hill »

The city struck a deal with CB Developers to add 20 affordable units to two new rental buildings. 

Crown Heights »

Elderly tenants in a Crown Heights Mitchell-Lama building have 30 days to respond to new housing rules.

Kips Bay »

The co-op head can stay in his 4-bedroom though his family is too small to have qualified for it.