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Bed-Stuy »

Residents of Bridge Street Church Senior Housing haven't had an elevator for two weeks.

Edgemere »

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

Mott Haven »

The city's Independent Budget Office has released an analysis of federal inspections of NYCHA projects.

Lower East Side »

Up to 19 units may need to be cleared out to make way for a neighboring development.

Crown Heights »

NYCHA joins the NYC Carbon Challenge, pledging to cut emissions through energy retrofits over 10 years.

Fort Greene »

The smoking ban is slated to take effect within the next 18 months.

Rockaway Park »

Residents spoke out against the city's Hurricane Sandy recovery at a public hearing Wednesday. 

Red Hook »

The city is diverting $150 million in federal funds from flood prevention in Red Hook and the Rockaways.

Bushwick »

Two Williamsburg landlords, a jeweler and their three wives were arrested Tuesday, prosecutors said.

Rockaway Park »

More than 50 stores and businesses in Rockaway Park are slated to get the hurricane-resistant lighting.

Washington Heights »

The O'Hanlon, a 44-unit supportive housing building, opened on Amsterdam Avenue near 166th Street.

Arverne »

The renovation is part of a federal program to transfer units to Section 8.

Rockaway Park »

The comment period for the latest round of federal funding runs through Jan. 19.

Mott Haven »

A longtime Mill Brook Houses resident has a plan to create better public space.

Central Harlem »

The A. Phillip Randolph Houses will combine public housing and affordable housing units.