The hundreds of residents of two city Housing Authority buildings in Manhattan who’ve been without gas since August have company.
Mayor de Blasio's plan to build market-rate apartments on public land has some NYCHA residents worried.
Hundreds of city Housing Authority tenants took their pleas for increased funding directly to state lawmakers Monday.
Residents of an Upper East Side NYCHA development fear the City's plan to construct a luxury building on Housing Authority property will leave local kids without a place to play. [ more › ]
Food vouchers aren’t enough to placate residents of a Harlem NYCHA complex who have gone without gas in their apartments for six weeks.