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Williamsburg »

The city will use The Metropolitan to house homeless residents for at least two years, officials said.

Gowanus »

Staff repeatedly denied the city is renting 53 of 57 rooms for the homeless at a Third Avenue hotel.

Gramercy »

The new facility will open this fall for both men and women who live on the street, officials say.

Crown Heights »

A lawsuit that had stopped residents from moving to the Rogers Avenue facility has been tossed out.

Crown Heights »

The legal agreement issued Monday ends a nearly two-month court battle over 1173 Bergen St.

Crown Heights »

A day after the shelter opened, a judge granted opponents a temporary stay on more families moving in.

Crown Heights »

Ten families with children moved into the Crown Heights facility Monday, the city said.

East Flatbush »

Residents say they weren't told before homeless men moved into the former Kingsboro Psychiatric Center.

Crown Heights »

The city needs more time to resolve the lawsuit by opponents of the Crown Heights shelter, a judge said.

Crown Heights »

Bergen Street residents were angered by the proposed 5-year contract with CORE Services.

Crown Heights »

Neighbors have so far prevented the city from opening a shelter for homeless men on Bergen Street.

Prospect Heights »

Locals have welcomed a new shelter in Prospect Heights, the second to open under Mayor de Blasio's plan.

Crown Heights »

The 132-family shelter is set to open in May, the city said.

Crown Heights »

Neighbors of 267 Rogers Ave. do not want transitional housing on their block, they said.

Crown Heights »

Neighbors of the Rogers Avenue building will hold a Wednesday night meeting to stop the project.