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    Property registration is now open for the 2017-2018 registration year, and will close on August 31, 2017.

    Click here for more inforamtion and to register through the HPD Property Registration Online System (PROS).

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    HPD and HDC joined Harlem Dowling, The Children's Village, Alembic Community Development and partners to celebrate the completion of Harlem Dowling.

    The new sixty-unit housing development is affordable to extremely low- and low-income New Yorkers and includes twelve units reserved for youth aging out of foster care.

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    HPD Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer joined city officials, Artemis, and partners to celebrate the start of construction at Robert Fulton Houses, a 160 unit new affordable housing development.

    The new mixed-income building, on the grounds of NYCHA's Robert Fulton Houses site, will be permanently affordable.

     

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    New York City and New York State officials joined the leaders of BRP Companies and project partners at a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the start of construction on The Crossing at Jamaica Station, a 669 unit affordable housing development across two buildings in Downtown Jamaica, Queens.

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    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.

     

 

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