Posts Tagged ‘Housing’

LGBT homeless in their twenties find few support options

LGBT homeless in their twenties find few support options
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LGBT homeless youth, who already face violence and discrimination, receive fewer services after they turn 21.


West Clinton Rezoning Seeks to Balance Gentrification and Neighborhood Character

West Clinton Rezoning Seeks to Balance Gentrification and Neighborhood Character
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The swank, 19-story Ink48 hotel and the sprawling construction site of Gotham West, a 1240-unit residential complex anchored by a 31-story tower, are becoming landmarks in rapidly changing West Clinton. But a proposed rezoning of the neighborhood seeks to restrict such soaring developments and increase the number of affordable housing units.


Dream Center Ramps Up Donations to NYCHA Residents Post-Sandy

Dream Center Ramps Up Donations to NYCHA Residents Post-Sandy
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A Christian Church group that provides weekly outreach to housing authority residents in Chelsea was out in full force on Wednesday to give food and water.


Veterans Honored with Free Homes

Veterans Honored with Free Homes
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An October 8 editorial in The New York Times claimed that 8,000 homeless veterans in South California are not getting the housing that they were promised by the Department of Veteran Affairs. In New York, various independent organizations have taken up the call to support veterans’ housing needs. Jon Moldovan, a former Army sergeant, won […]


City to Build Private Housing on NYCHA Land

City to Build Private Housing on NYCHA Land
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Looking to increase revenue, NYCHA seeks bids from contractors to kick off plan to build market rate housing on publicly-owned land.