NYCHA Receiving Largest Ever Grant For Resident Business Owners From Harlem To Hollis

The Fund for Public Housing (The Fund) and JP Morgan Chase announced today the launch of an innovative accelerator program to increase economic opportunities for New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) residents. Continue Reading →

Recovery For All Of Us: NYC Announces Free And Low Cost Broadband Access At NYCHA

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced a major milestone in the City’s effort to bring new internet connectivity options to residents of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and to create a shift in the local broadband market. Continue Reading →

Fallen Guyanese Hero Memorialized In Harlem On 5th Anniversary Of His Passing

Police on Tuesday, October 21st, 2020, paid tribute to Randolph Holder, an NYPD detective who was killed exactly five years ago while pursuing a suspect in East Harlem. 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. Continue Reading →

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. Continue Reading →

NYCHA’s Federal Monitor Under Microscope For Hiring Harlem lobbyist As A Consultant

An ex-state assemblyman’s appointment as a consultant with the federal monitor overseeing the New York City Housing Authority has raised concerns among federal housing officials and has been referred to federal prosecutors for review, the Daily News has learned. Continue Reading →

Dozens Of Lead-Poisoned Kids Left In Their Contaminated NYCHA Apartments

Children from Harlem to Hollis, Queens remained in nearly three dozen public housing apartments potentially years after city inspectors discovered definitive evidence of lead paint in their homes from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →


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