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Yorkville »

Residents and politicians gathered in front of the complex to demand the city rethink its plans.

Yorkville »

The plans show the 47-story project, as well as a new rec center and playgrounds.

Lower East Side »

Half of the project's units will be set aside as affordable housing, according to NYCHA officials.

Bed-Stuy »

The center will replace an abandoned police station near Ellery Street, a local councilman said.

Far Rockaway »

Work funded by $3 billion in federal dollars has only finished on one of the 33 developments.

Crown Heights »

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

Lenox Hill »

Residents of Robbins Plaza got new stoves and refrigerators.

Bed-Stuy »

A new building could replace a basketball court and parking lot, or a lawn area.

Red Hook »

Local nonprofit Red Hook Initiative surveyed more than 200 tenants of the public housing complex.

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.