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The NYCHA Journal is Online
Welcome to the Online NYCHA Journal!

Welcome to the new NYCHA Journal!  

This publication is all about you: your home, your community, your city, your...MORE

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Moving the Authority Forward

Letter from the Interim Chair

Dear Residents,

Since I was appointed Interim Chair and CEO of NYCHA earlier this year, my...MORE

Articles

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NYCHA Celebrates Hispanic Heritage

NYCHA residents celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month with an event showcasing the people, history, music, food, dance,...

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NYCHA Residents Become First-Time Homeowners

The Small Homes Rehab Program Makes Dreams Come True

NYCHA, in partnership with the NYC...

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NYCHA 2.0: New Comprehensive Plan to Fix & Preserve Public Housing

Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYCHA Interim Chair and CEO Stanley Brezenoff unveiled NYCHA 2.0, a comprehensive plan to preserve public housing. This plan will address $24 billion in vital repairs to New York City’s aging public housing and ensure residents have the safe, decent, and affordable homes they deserve. The 10-year plan will deliver top-to-bottom renovations for 175,000 residents, fund essential capital repairs across the rest of NYCHA’s portfolio, and launch aggressive new repair strategies to tackle lead paint, mold,... More


“NYCHA Cares”: Over 13,000 Work Orders Closed

More than 13,000 skilled trades work orders have been completed during the first round of the recently launched NYCHA Cares initiative.

Mayor Bill de Blasio committed $20 million for Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020 to target the more than 50,000 open...

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