NYCHA Announces Minority-Led Firms For Harlem RedevelopmentThe New York City Housing Authority just announced the developers for a $260 million investment into the Frederick Samuel Apartments, and the partnership is marking a turning point for how projects are prioritized.
HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge Tours NYCHA Buildings, Addresses Complaints: 'What I Heard Today Is Not Acceptable'Chronic mismanagement of antiquated buildings, combined with mold, lead and other problems, have plagued public housing for years.
'Why Should We Live Like This?': NYCHA Residents On Staten Island Say Gas Service Has Been Out For Nearly A YearAccording to city officials, mandatory gas pipe inspections shut off service to 96 units.
Slow Internet Speeds Plague NYCHA Tenants Waiting For UpgradeAn Internet Master Plan is in motion to connect NYCHA properties to high-speed internet. Tenants are having to make tough decisions while they wait.
NYCHA Tenants On Coney Island Say They've Been Without Heat For Weeks, Complaints Go UnansweredA rally was held in front of the apartments Thursday.
NYCHA Tenant Says Heat Has Been Repaired After CBS2's Report On Weeks-Long OutageLinda Edwards, 69, had been sleeping in her jacket and gloves for a month and said she made multiple complaints to NYCHA about her apartment at Astoria Houses.
'Walking Into Antarctica'; NYCHA Tenant Says She Wears Coat, Gloves To Bed Because Apartment Is Without Heat, Hot WaterAs the chilly weather returns, a woman living in New York City public housing says she feels left out in the cold without heat in her apartment.
Mother Of 3 Desperate For Help Getting Heat Turned On At NYCHA ApartmentClara Rivera says her children sleep with hats to stay warm.
De Blasio: Less Than 6% Of New York City Workforce Placed On Unpaid Leave Under Vaccine MandateMayor Bill de Blasio said 91% of the city's more than 300,000 employees are vaccinated. That leaves about 9,000 unvaccinated workers who were put on unpaid leave.
NYC Vaccine Mandate: Officials Say Sanitation Contingencies In Place, NYPD And FDNY Trying To Fill GapsTens of thousands of city workers face unpaid leave Monday because they have not gotten the COVID-19 vaccine.
Senior Citizens Benefiting From Medical Care Service In NYCHA And Privately Owned BuildingsExpert medical care was delivered to the doorsteps of seniors in the city on Thursday. From vision screenings to vaccines, the program made a world of difference.