NYCHA says it is deep cleaning its buildings, but some residents aren’t satisfied with what they’re seeing.
"It’s unbelievable that we have to live this way."
The deal is expected to generate $25 million for repairs, but the complex has an estimated need of $159 million over the next five years.
Advocates are pushing city and state lawmakers to fast-track capital funding to address the agency’s utility needs.
The authority’s infill program is facing an uphill battle, says a new report.
The city’s fiscal watch dog is calling on NYCHA to update New Yorkers on how it’s better prepared for storms like Sandy
The agency projects a $1.5 billion need to maintain public housing lifts
A Lower East Side lawmaker demands greater oversight of federally-funded Sandy work at public housing complexes
87 percent of NYCHA apartments faced heat or hot water outages during the winter, new data shows
The agency spent millions of taxpayer dollars on fixes that should have been free
The city slammed the rule as "weaponizing immigration status"
Housing issues have dogged New York City’s mayor since day one of his administration
"The only thing this proposed rule would do is potentially make another 22,000 to 25,000 families homeless"
The project, part of the Mayor’s ten-year plan to resolve $24 billion in repairs, would bring profit to the embattled agency
The city has "illegally circumvented" the typical land use review, according to the lawsuit
Residents and local officials invested in the future of Harborview say they had no idea NYCHA had called the development off
The city aims to test up to 7,000 apartments per month to reach its 2020 deadline
The proposal for FY2020 would eliminate the Public Housing Capital Fund
The Holmes Towers project is subverting the typical land use process and denying key feedback, officials say
Bart Schwartz worked with former mayor Rudy Giuliani and has ties to Gov. Andrew Cuomo
"Fix our homes before you rezone. We said this for the last two years," said one public housing tenant
"If the federal government, the state really want to help, they need to put the money where their mouth is"
This is the first time that the watchlist has included public housing.
A report from the RPA illustrates that all New Yorkers have a stake in seeing to it that NYCHA gets the repairs its residents deserve.
The 10-year plan will make vital repairs and will allow for development on underutilized NYCHA land.
The city has announced a plan that puts private developers in control of 62,000 public housing apartments.
A judge determined that the settlement didn’t put enough emphasis on enforcement.
Winter hasn’t even arrived yet and tenants are suffering through the cold.
Several developments have been given new boilers and there are 50 new heating technicians
Conditions in NYCHA buildings were found to have little to no improvement since 2014.
A shift in policy could bring in more revenue for the beleaguered agency
Originally, the city had committed to building a fully affordable housing project at the site.
Agency officials detailed several other concerns at a monthly board meeting on Wednesday
The administration will hire private contractors to examine 150,000 NYCHA apartments across the city.