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Gowanus »

NYCHA shuttered the center more than a decade ago due to lack of funds for programming.

East Williamsburg »

The city announced its plan to allow a private developer to build a new building at the NYCHA site.

Bed-Stuy »

Flames broke out in the Breevort Houses and a vacant building on Bedford Avenue, officials said.

Sunset Park »

Real estate lawyer Delvis Valdes is running for the 38th District seat.

Ocean Hill »

There are 107 affordable apartments up for grabs in the new building.

Flushing »

The city is currently testing the water distribution system at Latimer Gardens houses in Flushing.

Upper East Side »

The lessons teach the basics of swimming to those who don't usually have access to a pool.

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.

Allerton »

The councilmen released their recommendations in response to the death of 84-year-old Olegario Pabon.

Bushwick »

Hope Gardens residents are organizing to call for basic repairs to common areas in their buildings.

Bed-Stuy »

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

Jamaica »

NYCHA is moving single-family homes out of its portfolio into the affordable homeownership pipeline.

West Brighton »

Brian Velasquez, 38, was charged with burglary, prosecutors said.

Far Rockaway »

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