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The sites are currently controlled by the Department of Environmental Protection.

Hudson Square »

The rules also stop landlords from discriminating based on housing court history.

Nolita »

The lot was promised as a public "recreation area" in 1981, but was allowed to grow derelict instead.

Bushwick »

Four subsidized apartments are coming to 44-46 Stanhope Street at Evergreen Avenue.

Nolita »

Community Board 2 residents want the city to build on Hudson Street instead.

Nolita »

The city issued a request for proposals Wednesday for the controversial senior affordable housing plan.

Long Island City »

The housing lottery opened Friday for 35 affordable units at 2222 Jackson Ave. in Long Island City.

Concourse »

Residents of 888 Grand Concourse have been fighting with their landlord over repairs for years.

Bushwick »

The 27 apartments are in a new supportive housing building subsidized by the city. 

High Bridge »

A total of 57 new units are up for grabs at 950 Summit Ave. in Highbridge.

Morris Heights »

A total of 20 newly renovated units are available at multiple buildings throughout the borough.

Brownsville »

The new neighborhood planning process includes an online platform where residents can map their needs.

Mott Haven »

The city is looking for a developer to build a 158,000 square foot site along the Harlem River.

Belmont »

The $156 million project will include more than 300 units of affordable housing.

East New York »

Prospective tenants have until Sept. 2 to apply for more than 250 new affordable apartments.