NYCHA’s Office of Impartial Hearings (OIH) is moving to 803 Atlantic Avenue on June 14, 2019. The office will be open at this location on June 24, 2019. Scheduled hearings will begin at this location on July 8, 2019.
The OIH is moving as part of the Authority’s cost-savings initiative to consolidate central office locations. The overall consolidation initiative will save approximately $20 million annually in real estate costs.
Throughout 2019, staff from 250 Broadway, and a few other locations, will move into upgraded spaces at NYCHA’s 90 Church Street, Long Island City, and 787 Atlantic Avenue offices. To accommodate the consolidation, NYCHA will occupy approximately 6,800 square feet of additional space on the ground floor of 787 Atlantic Avenue (the same building as 803 Atlantic Avenue).
The new location houses a variety of social services and programs that residents from across the city already access regularly, including NYCHA’s Office of Resident Economic Empowerment & Sustainability (REES).
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
OIH phone numbers (active starting June 17):
There are many ways to get to the office by public transportation:
C to Clinton-Washington Avenues
G to Clinton-Washington Avenues
2, 3, 4, and 5 to Bergen Street
2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, and R to Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center
Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center is the only accessible subway station near the new location; elevators are located at the southeast corner of Pacific Street and Fourth Avenue or at Hanson Place and Flatbush Avenue.
Residents using the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays stop who do not want to walk to the office from the station may transfer to the B45 on Atlantic Ave./Flatbush Ave. toward Crown Heights and get off at the Atlantic Ave./Vanderbilt Ave. stop or take the B65 on Dean St./4 Ave. toward Crown Heights and get off at the Dean St./Vanderbilt Ave. stop.
B25, B26, B45, B52, B65, and B69
LIRR to Atlantic Terminal
This LIRR station stop is connected to the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center station. See information above.
For further public transportation directions to the new OIH office, visit the MTA website (https://new.mta.info/) or call 511 (the MTA’s customer service information line) and say, “Plan a Trip.”