It’s been a brutal winter for families in our city with no heat – and now, thousands of residents are no longer taking it.
Goose down jackets, doubled-up scarves, trousers-on-top-of-trousers, long-johns, thermals and gloves are what some NYCHA residents are wearing in their freezing apartments with iced-up windows, stone-cold radiators and visible breath in the living rooms.
The majority — 80 percent — of NYCHA residents have gone without heat and hot water this winter.
Tiesha Jones was devastated to learn in 2010 that her 4-year-old daughter had nine times the allowable level of lead in her blood.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced $200 million will be invested in boiler replacements.
The Hearings of Citizens Coalition Against Foreclosures is hosting a meeting to discuss the proposed Moratorium Bill Against Foreclosures in East Orange.
From the latest scandal involving chair Shola Olatoye allegedly lying to the City Council about lead paint inspections, to continued issues with heat and a backlog of repairs, there’s no doubt that the New York City Housing Authority is in ...
The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs Commissioner Lorelei Salas and the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer recently announced five new Housing Ambassador locations as financial counseling host sites for Ready to ...
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced the start of construction of three multifamily rental buildings with 138 affordable apartments in the Bronx called The Grand.
This week, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the Housing Not Warehousing Act, designed to help identify vacant sites that could be used for affordable housing development.
NYCHA residents continue to to deal with heating problems in apartments.
Apartment complexes present unique fire dangers that are not present in many other types of residential areas.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka announced this week that the city is looking to fill the position of Affordable Housing Manager.
New York City Housing Authority's chair was grilled by city council members Tuesday after news broke that her agency had falsely reported lead inspections and lead removal in public housing had occurred.
Brooklyn grandmother Joy Noel, 85, spent her Thanksgiving holiday homeless and fighting to get her apartment back.