Recovery & Progress
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Sandy Recovery & Progress

New York City Housing Authority is building back safer, stronger and smarter by improving structural resiliency and infrastructure protection. NYCHA's Recovery and Resilience Department is pushing design boundaries in building reinforcements, storm surge protection, and infrastructure upgrades. By leveraging every dollar, NYCHA aims to make these costal developments a national model and a safer home for residents for generations to come. Recovery and resiliency work is projected to start on 200 buildings in 33 NYCHA developments damaged by Hurricane Sandy by the end of 2017.

33 NYCHA Developments damaged by Hurricane Sandy now receiving resilency funding through FEMA

19 NYCHA Developments receiving new heating and hot water systems housed in elevated and flood proofed structures

210 Buildings to be powered by permanent, full-load generators in case of power outages


Use the drop down menu below to select a development and view renderings, estimated funding, projected schedules, and more.

Sandy Map

Data and estimates are updated monthly. This map is best viewed in the latest Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Apple Safari browsers. PDF documents may require Adobe Reader to view.


Recovery to Resilience: Sandy Scope & Status

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NYCHA Disaster Recovery Team

For more information regarding our program, call us at 212-306-8532.
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