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Williamsburg »

St. Nicks Alliance won't run the Williamsburg and Cooper Houses youth programs starting this July.

Brownsville »

A new development complex will offer affordable two and three bedroom apartments in Brownsville.

Yorkville »

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

Midtown »

The number of NYCHA buildings with structural damage more than tripled from 2008 to 2014, a report says.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Free Wi-Fi is coming to basketball courts, playground and seating areas in the complexes.

Allerton »

The Department of Investigation report was sparked by two elevator accidents in The Bronx, one fatal.

Brownsville »

The initiative will offer app development workshops, technology and coding sessions, and more.

East Harlem »

The light project started in August 2015 to reduce crime in the housing project

Red Hook »

Red Hook Initiative will be hosting a community forum on mold infestations on March 10. 

Upper West Side »

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

East Village »

The bookstore had been operating from the East Village for almost 40 years. 

Arverne »

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

East Village »

Co-owner Bob Contant said he isn't sure the shop will survive until a March 9 court hearing.

Red Hook »

NYCHA officials and architecture firm KPF presented conceptual renderings of the plan Monday night.

Union Square »

The bike-share program will charge members $6 more per year, a 4 percent increase over the old cost.