Matt Murphy and Councilmember Richie Torres on the steps of City Hall
    HPD joined Council Member Ritchie Torres and the Stabilizing NYC Coalition to announce the release of the Speculation Watch List, which identifies recently sold rent-regulated buildings where potentially predatory investment may put tenants at risk.  

    The list will serve as a resource to support tenant advocacy and organizing.
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    Where We Live NYC is a collaborative planning process led by the City of New York to better understand how challenges like segregation and discrimination impact New Yorker's everyday lives. We will use that information to develop policy solutions that advance opportunity for all.

    Learn more, sign up, and make your voice heard!

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    Heat Season is now in effect from October 1 - May 31!

    Watch our quick video explainer.

    During the day, if the outside temperature falls below 55 degrees, the inside temperature must be at least 68 degrees. At night, the inside temperature must be at least 62 degrees.

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    NYS Homes and Community Renewal and HPD celebrated the completion of two affordable housing developments in the Bronx. 

    New Settlement Apartments and 1561 Walton Avenue create and preserve over 950 affordable homes in the Mount Eden neighborhood, with thirty percent of the aparments set aside for formerly homeless families.

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    HPD selected the team to lead the transformation of the historic Greenpoint Hospital site into a new mixed-use development.

    Shuttered since 1982, the revamped Greenpoint Hospital campus will include 512 new homes for seniors, extremely low-, and low-income New Yorkers, and a shelter.


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