NYCHA Residents Return To Court To Regulate Their Own Housing Conditions From Harlem To Hollis

On Thursday, February 6, 2020, the resident-led Holmes-Isaacs Coalition will return to civil court to demand that City agencies do their part in monitoring and regulating conditions.

Public Housing Residents From Harlem To Hollis March To NYCHA Over Slum Conditions

Dozens of residents of Holmes Towers and Stanley Isaacs Houses filed a group Housing Part action today demanding NYCHA fix the broken elevators, vermin infestations, lack of heat and hot Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And Housing Chair Olatoye Investing $1 Billion In NYCHA Buildings From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York City Housing Authority Chair Shola Olatoye today committed $1 billion in City capital to replace deteriorating roofs on NYCHA buildings over the next Continue Reading →

Mayor’s MAP Plan Leads To Drop In Misdemeanors And Felonies At Public Housing, Study Says

The Mayor’s Action Plan for Neighborhood Safety (MAP) contributed to a double-digit drop in misdemeanors and a significant drop in seven major felonies at the 15 public housing developments where Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: Harlem NYCHA Development Tops System In Coronavirus Deaths

Harlem public housing development has suffered more coronavirus deaths than any other New York City Housing Authority development throughout the city, according to new data released by the city Monday.

The COVID Crisis: Harlem’s Senator Benjamin Distributes Hand Sanitizer And Masks To NYCHA Residents

To fight racial disparities in COVID-19, Senator Benjamin Benjamin partnered with community and faith-based organizations to distribute New York State hand sanitizer and masks to NYCHA tenants across northern Manhattan.