Exclusive: NYCHA Begins Replacing Ancient Boilers, Righting Wrongs Caused By Many Years Of NeglectThe New York City Housing Authority has embarked on the first phase of a $1 billion plan to replace aging boilers that have left tens of thousands shivering in the homes.
Police: Man Posing As NYCHA Employee Robs 73-Year-Old At GunpointPolice said the suspect knocked on the victim’s door, displayed a gun and demanded money. He then burned the man on the knees with a hot knife before stealing $300.
Federal Housing Official Moves Into NYCHA Building In The BronxLynne Patton, regional administrator for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, will spend a month in New York City Housing Authority apartments.
NYC Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia Tapped To Take Over NYCHAKathryn Garcia will work with the federal government to overhaul the city’s public housing system.
NYC, Feds Reach Agreement To Overhaul Struggling NYCHAIt appears the New York City Housing Authority has a road map to a better future.
NYCHA Supervisor Resigns After Being Accused Of Stealing Kitchen AppliancesPictures from Eva Torres' kitchen in Queens show a new fridge, sink, and cabinets worth a combined $1,400.
NYCHA Tenants In East Harlem Without Hot Water For A WeekIt's been a chilly holiday season for NYCHA tenants in East Harlem.
Harlem Woman Wakes Up To Water Gushing From Her Sink Inside NYCHA ApartmentMargie Beltran's reality is the latest in a never ending nightmare for people living in the city's public housing.
NYCHA Tenants Forced To Get Water From Hydrant After Pump Fails In The BronxPublic housing residents at the Patterson Houses in the Bronx were forced to get their water from a fire hydrant Sunday night. They were left without running water because of problems with buildings’ the pumps.
Without Heat Or Hot Water, Public Housing Residents In Harlem Can’t Escape ColdCBS2’s Reena Roy spoke with tenants at the Drew Hamilton Houses on West 142nd Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard as they boiled water and burned hot ovens.
Mayor De Blasio Announces NYCHA PlanThe plan would address nearly $13 billion in repairs for the New York City Housing Authority.
Boro President, Tech Developers Offer Fix For NYCHA WoesLocal leaders calling for transparency and accountability from the New York City Housing Authority say they have a modern idea to help if the agency approves.