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The 862 residents living in units at the Audubon Houses (1909 Amsterdam Ave. between W. 154th and 155th Streets); Bethune Gardens (at 1945 Amsterdam Ave. between W. 156th and 157th streets); and Marshall Plaza (1970 Amsterdam Ave. between W.157th and 158th Streets) in Manhattan are scheduled to have their apartments upgraded, now that the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) has finalized a $137.6 million renovation financing deal.

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The massive renovation project will see new doors, windows, flooring, kitchen appliances and baths. Building interior and exterior ground improvements will include new energy-efficient windows, trash compactors, security cameras, elevators and laundry rooms, as well as upgraded community rooms.NYCHA has contracted with Pyramid ETC Companies, Dantes Partners, the Apex Building Group and Faria Management––all minority- and women-owned businesses––to undertake the renovation project, which is projected to last for three years.

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