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Bill de Blasio vowed to end the use of hotels after a mom and her kids were killed in Staten Island. 

Williamsburg »

The city will use The Metropolitan to house homeless residents for at least two years, officials said.

Elmhurst »

The politicians signed on to a letter sent Friday to the Department of Homeland Security.

East Elmhurst »

Neighbors protested outside of the hotel Thursday, although the city said a shelter isn't coming.

Long Island City »

The funding will allow the troop to serve 14 additional city shelter sites, officials said.

Crown Heights »

A day after the shelter opened, a judge granted opponents a temporary stay on more families moving in.

Crown Heights »

Ten families with children moved into the Crown Heights facility Monday, the city said.

East Flatbush »

Residents say they weren't told before homeless men moved into the former Kingsboro Psychiatric Center.

Crown Heights »

The new official would coordinate community complaints and help people volunteer at the facilities.

Crown Heights »

The 106-bed men's shelter is set to open March 22 at 1173 Bergen St.

Maspeth »

The city's first plan to open a shelter inside a Maspeth hotel was tabled last fall after mass protests.

Hunts Point »

Danielle McGuire and Peter Ambrose filed a notice of claim against the city and their landlord.

Crown Heights »

The facilities are among the first of 90 new shelters the mayor plans to create citywide.

Elmhurst »

There are 40 hotels in use for homeless residents, but fewer total shelters than in other boroughs.

Crown Heights »

The facility, located on Bergen Street near New York Avenue, will house employed men over 50.