Over 1,700 NYCHA-run apartments in 46 buildings scattered throughout the city are currently without gas—and in some buildings, tenants have gone without gas for upwards of six weeks. [ more › ]
A city councilman will propose a law requiring NYCHA to clean up all apartments with lead paint instead of waiting for tenants to move out.
Some residents of a public housing building in Bed-Stuy have gone without heat for the past eight years, enduring cold so pervasive that tenants say they live in fear of winter, DNAinfo reports. [ more › ]
After last week's announcement from the city that around 1,000 new apartments will be built on existing NYCHA public housing land—Wyckoff Gardens in Boerum Hill and Holmes Towers on the Upper East Side—residents are worried they'll ...
The hundreds of residents of two city Housing Authority buildings in Manhattan who’ve been without gas since August have company.