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Safety Upgrades at 7 Manhattan Developments

Seven NYCHA developments across Manhattan will receive $13 million in safety and security upgrades thanks to a new grant from the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation (LMDC).

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NYCHA Supports New Affordable Housing in NYC

NYCHA’s Executive Vice President (EVP) for Leased Housing Lakesha Miller recently participated in three events hosted by partner organizations who opened or are in the process of building new affordable housing in the city.

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NYCHA Residents Become First-Time Homeowners

The Small Homes Rehab Program Makes Dreams Come True

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A Historic Effort at Randolph Houses

The total renovation of Harlem’s historic Randolph Houses is now complete, thanks to the efforts of NYCHA and a range of partners from the public and private sectors.The first phase of the renovations, which was completed in 2016, involved a $96 million gut rehab of 22 buildings, resulting in 147 totally renovated public housing apartments and 20 affordable housing apartments. The second phase, completed this fall, involved a $64 million renovation of the other 14 buildings across the street, producing another 114 apartments affordable to very low- and low-income households.

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Zipcar Membership for NYCHA Residents

A new partnership between NYCHA and Zipcar provides NYCHA residents with easy, discounted access to short-term car sharing throughout the city.

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Environmental Leaders Spring into Action

Since 2016, a small program has been thinking big. Environmental Ambassadors, an initiative run by the non-profit GrowNYC, trains NYCHA residents to become environmental leaders who support efforts to make recycling accessible to all. With funding from the NYC Department of Sanitation, GrowNYC’s zero waste program staff has trained more than 156 residents interested in lending a hand.

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NYCHA Resident Featured in the News

Richmond Terrace resident Denise Angela Miller was recently profiled in the Staten Island Advance for her “DAM” That’s Good Cake! business.

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NYCHA Celebrates New Affordable Housing for Veterans and Young Adults

NYCHA staff helped cut the ribbon at the grand opening for Walton House, a new supportive housing development in the Bronx for formerly homeless veterans and young adults. NYCHA provided project-based Section 8 vouchers for the entire development.

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Queensbridge Resident Becomes First-Time Homebuyer

In the morning, Charline Ogbeni and her husband, Peter closed on their first house purchase. Then they headed back to the Queensbridge apartment Charline called home her entire life, packed their things, and moved that evening, too excited to end the day any other way.

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A Grove for South Jamaica

South Jamaica Houses is now home to its very own fruit orchard—20 trees, including fig, apple and pear—thanks to New York Restoration Project and the Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment.

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