Tenants’ frustrations boil over at City Council hearing held at Coney Island public housing development, one of many served by temporary heat and hot water equipment since the storm
Speaker Christine Quinn co-sponsors measure opening way for lawsuit to block controversial NYCHA real estate deal
NYCHA residents get discount bike share memberships – and the few who use them couldn’t be happier
NYCHA chairman echoes hearing’s big question: How will public housing residents get food, water and aid during and after disasters?
The city’s public housing agency knew where its disabled and elderly residents lived when superstorm Sandy struck. That doesn’t mean it was able to aid them afterward. But who should have?
Residents who resisted evacuation orders still have no power, water or clues about what’s next
Seven years after approval by the New York City Housing Authority, Cooper Houses expansion is still pending
On a bright day in April, Ivis Rosado opened her kitchen windows to allow dust to escape from her fifth floor apartment in the Andrew Jackson Houses, while her father, Fernando, diligently worked on chipping layers of plaster from her hallway walls. For the first time in 30 years, the patchwork of plaster piled on […]
The number of tenants suing the New York City Housing Authority for repairs surged 40 percent between 2010 and 2011 and has nearly doubled in the last decade, as tenants suffering long waits to get leaks, crumbling plaster and other conditions fixed in their apartments seek to fast-track the arrival of maintenance crews. Tenants filed 1,248 […]