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Yorkville »

The city is moving forward with more NextGen community workshops, despite objection from residents.

Stapleton »

The project installed 358 new LED light fixtures at the development.

Fort Greene »

The Ingersoll Senior Residences will offer services specifically for the LGBT community.

Yorkville »

NYCHA is creating a committee of locals to help decide look and feel of the new building, officials say.

Upper West Side »

NYCHA residents and other community members should work together to solve problems, CB 7 members said. 

Arverne »

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

East Village »

Nearly two years after St. Mark's Bookshop relocated into city housing, it is in danger of closing.

Lower East Side »

NYCHA needs to beef up its emergency preparedness plans as soon as possible, according to a new audit.

Bed-Stuy »

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries wrote a letter to NYCHA asking for the change in memory of the fallen officers.

East Village »

The family said they were taken to court because they could not point out a rent error to NYCHA workers.

Jamaica »

The center, at 90-27 Sutphin Blvd., is closing on Aug. 31.

Fort Greene »

More than 100 of those apartments have been empty for an average of eight years.

Washington Heights »

Tenants said they don't feel safe due to broken doors and a lack of cameras at Thurgood Marshall Plaza.

Jamaica »

Locals are growing tomatoes, eggplants and other vegetables in the newly renovated garden.  

Brownsville »

Sen. Jesse Hamilton seeks improvements after NYCHA's attempt to evict a senior who was late on her rent.