Partnership Led By Infinite Horizons, L+M Development Partners, Urbane, and Lemor Development Group Will Transform Lincoln Correctional Facility Into Dynamic Hub for Housing and Community Spaces Part of Governor Hochul’s Bold Vision to Address New York State’s Housing Crisis Through Executive Action – Including Initiative to Repurpose State-Owned Sites asContinue Reading

Grandparents and Young Families Stand to Benefit from A New Program Creating In-Law Suites and Other Small Homes Without Significantly Changing Existing Neighborhoods  New Program Gauges Interest in Adding Small Homes in Line with Goals of the City of Yes for Housing Opportunity Proposal to Build a Little More Housing In EveryContinue Reading

City Officially Launches New “HPD Online” Following a Wildly Successful Soft Rollout  Staggering 2.3 Million Unique Users and over 12 Million Online Interactions Reached in Just Six Months During Soft Launch Period  Today, New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) officially launched the new HPD Online, aContinue Reading

HPD Seeks New Partnership to Help Homeowners Pay for Flood Prevention Improvements, Expand Assistance HPD Seeks New Partnership to Help Homeowners Pay for Flood Prevention Improvements, Expand Assistance for Small Home Repairs and Upgrades  Seventy-five percent of buildings in the city’s coastal floodplain are one- to four-family homes, highlighting theContinue Reading

Homeward Central Harlem Provides 50 Homes for Young Adults in an LGBTQIA+-Affirming Environment with Supportive Services from Homeward NYC Governor Kathy  Hochul  and Mayor Eric Adams today announced that construction is now complete on a 50-unit LGBTQIA+-affirming supportive housing development for formerly homeless young adults. Homeward Central Harlem builds uponContinue Reading

Taking the Lead on Lead: City’s Housing & Health Departments Launch Five Borough Tour to Prevent Lead Poisoning with Events All Week Long  From October 22nd to the 28th, HPD and DOHMH Join Forces to Host a Series of Educational Lead Hazard Events for the Community In recognition of NationalContinue Reading

Photo: Sylvester Zawadzki Elected officials, community leaders, and hip-hop legends celebrate the official opening of the $349 million mixed-use project Bronx Point creates 542 new affordable housing units in the South Bronx and will be the future home of The Hip Hop Museum A host of elected officials, hip-hop luminariesContinue Reading

Herkimer Gardens Offers Affordable and Supportive Homes for Older New Yorkers, a Health Care Facility, and Food Pantry in Bedford Stuyvesant Development is Part of the State’s Vital Brooklyn Initiative to Address Health and Economic Disparities in Central Brooklyn Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the completion of Herkimer Gardens inContinue Reading