HPD Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer toured the Staten Island development with the graduating class of Code Enforcement inspectors.
North Shore Plaza has been transformed by HPD's efforts ranging from code enforcement to rehabilitation work, and highlights the critical role of federal funding and its real impact on the lives of New Yorkers.
HPD has released the Resilient Edgemere Community Plan, a long term vision for Edgemere that seeks to rebuild from Hurricane Sandy and preserve the character of the community, while protecting residents from future floods.
The Plan marks the completion of two phases of HPD’s The Resilient Edgemere Community Initiative, launched in October 2015.
HPD Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer, City officials, and partners celebrate the start of construction of 168 units of affordable senior housing at 1880 Boston Road in the Bronx.
The project is one of the first to benefit from the city's Zoning for Quality and Affordability (ZQA) amendment - the most significant zoning overhaul in 55 years.
City officials release new report describing the policies and programs advancing the goals of the Mayor's housing plan.
Three years in, thoughtful reforms to policy and new programs have resulted in the financing of a record-breaking 62,506 affordable residences toward the ten-year 200,000 goal.