Housing Secretary Ben Carson announced Thursday a federal monitor will supervise reforms meant to better living conditions at the New York City Housing Authority.
Barbara Hernandez is an assistant teacher and she says she's frustrated with the heat and hot water in her building at the Wagner Houses in Harlem.
A Trump administration official who planned to spend January living in New York City’s troubled public housing system says the experiment has been delayed because of the federal government shutdown.
Three Brooklyn Tenant Association Presidents were guided by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams into an apartment inside Ocean Bay Bayside apartments in Far Rockaway, Queens Friday.
The next four weeks can decide the fate of public housing in New York City.
One of New York City’s last resorts for housing moderate income and poor New Yorkers is under threat, and all New Yorkers need to stand up to protect it.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson came to the city to meet with Mayor Bill de Blasio and other elected officials about conditions in NYCHA buildings.
Every year, the Public Advocate’s office releases its list of the city’s worst landlords.
HUD Secretary Ben Carson will be visiting a NYCHA Development Tuesday and will be meeting with the Mayor.
A 20-second video posted to Twitter Tuesday morning by Public Housing Communities, Inc. founder and CEO Charlene Nimmons shows her turning on her kitchen faucet in Wyckoff Gardens in Brooklyn and no water coming out.
Provocative, and unconventional declarations are nothing new in the Trump Administration; the latest comes from Lynne Patton
“When will it end?” is the question New York City House Authority residents want to know as it appears major issues in public housing are now occurring on a daily basis.
Hundreds of homeowners throughout New York City have been defrauded out of their homes. Now, elected officials are calling for a federal investigation into the matter, including whether a city program may be partly to blame.
New York City Housing Authority Residents are struggling without heating and the Housing and Urban Development regional director said she's intending to stay in a NYCHA apartment to see first hand what tenants go through.
The New York City Housing Authority just got another leg up on the road for the $32 billion needed for repairs.