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Lower East Side »

A report says NYCHA does not provide a majority of Asian tenants with translators.

Boerum Hill »

The city is proposing to bring hundreds of market rate and affordable units to both neighborhoods.

Melrose »

A total of four Melrose Houses buildings were found to be infected with the bacteria.

Melrose »

NYCHA has installed filters at all 109 apartments in the infected building, the agency said.

East Village »

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

Melrose »

The city found Legionella bacteria in the water system of 681 Courtlandt Ave. in Melrose Houses.

Melrose »

The city is installing water filters in every apartment of the building where bacteria was found.

Jamaica »

NYCHA put 109-10 160th St. onto its "prevention plan" after it was flooded with raw sewage.

Long Island City »

The $87 million project will replace the roofs at 26 buildings in the NYCHA development.

Concourse »

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. described the plan as "an outrage."

South Beach »

The politicians sent a letter asking to let a sport's league use the field and clean it up.

St. George »

The funding will be used to improve parks and schools, among other things.

Claremont »

Tenants in the housing development have spent months fighting NYCHA over repairs.

Concourse »

The borough president focused mainly on housing and education in his fiscal year 2016 capital budget.

Astoria »

Urban Upbound started a security guard company, where workers can become owners after six months.