NextGeneration NYCHA

janitorial staff standing near a big floor-cleaning machine
Floors Cleaned in a Snap!

Janitorial staff at Ingersoll Houses spent a day learning how to use new floor-cleaning machines that will save them hours of labor, make developments cleaner, and improve quality of life for residents.

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A View of the Future

Betances Residents tour Bronxchester to see potential renovations for their development, including a new laundry room, lobby, and outdoor community space.

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Recertify Online

NYCHA continues to modernize and make more information digitally available. As part of thihttps://selfserve.nycha.infos process, NYCHA has made it possible for residents to complete their annual recertification online, as of September 2017, making the procedure easier for both NYCHA and its residents.

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Latimer Gardeners Win Top Honors

According to the Department of Sanitation, all of NYCHA's developments are doing an excellent job recycling.  Department Commissioner Kathryn Garcia applauded residents from Latimer Gardens, the top performer, at the NYCHA Recycles celebration.

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Family Day Recycling

Over the summer, the Authority committed to having NYCHA Recycles! presence at as many Family Days as possible.

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NextGen NYCHA Resource Fairs

In July, NYCHA introduced Resource Fairs, a new program designed to provide residents with access to new NYCHA programs information, job training information, employment opportunities, and services they need.

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Workers build scaffolding at Baruch Houses.
City to Invest $355 Million to Replace Aging Facades

Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYCHA Chair Shola Olatoye recently announced $355 million in City funds to replace 150 aging building facades on NYCHA buildings over the next three years, which is critical to maintaining NYCHA’s buildings and improving residents’ quality of life.

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First NextGen Neighborhoods Developer Selected

The developer for the first NextGeneration (NextGen) Neighborhoods development, at Holmes Towers in Manhattan, is Fetner Properties, which proposed a 47-story, mixed-income building. The new building will bring in money for repairs at Holmes and provide new affordable housing units at a time when New York City cannot keep up with demand.

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Chair of NYCHA, Shola Olatoye
Fighting for Public Housing 

NYCHA continues to fight for affordable public housing funding, despite proposed potential budget cuts from Washington.

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Aerial view of Ocean Bay (Bayside) Apartments in Far Rockaway
Breaking Ground on a New Future

On June 19, NYCHA launched construction work at Ocean Bay (Bayside) Apartments in Far Rockaway, a development that houses 3,700 residents. Under U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)’s Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program—known as Permanent Affordability Commitment Together (PACT) in New York City—a new public-private partnership will provide $325 million to renovate the development’s 24 buildings.

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