HPD, NYCHA, and partners celebrated the completed renovations of the historic A. Philip Randolph Houses in Central Harlem.
After suffering from decades of disrepair, the buildings have been historically preserved and completely renovated into 283 public and affordable housing units.
HPD has designated the development teams through a competitive Request for Proposals (RFP) process that launched in August 2017 for three sites in Brownsville, Brooklyn.
Each site focused on one specific theme that addresses the community goals and strategies outlined in the Brownsville Plan.
City and non-profit partners commit $1.5 million in funding for new initiative to fight displacement in targeted neighborhoods.
Pilot to launch in Inwood and Washington Heights, East Harlem, and the Jerome Avenue Neighborhoods.
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