Mayor Bill de Blasio announced two laws that shine a spotlight on both public and private vacant land to further accelerate the production of affordable housing. This legislation is the latest effort to help the City reach its goal of building 300,000 affordable homes over the next decade.
A report detailing NYCHA's continued failure to enforce its Permanent Exclusion policy for dangerous criminal offenses. The investigation also uncovered employees purchasing drugs from tenants and targets of the criminal investigation and other misconduct at NYCHA's Sheepshead/Nostrand Houses.
HPD’s language access efforts ensures all have equitable access to the Agency’s services by training front-line staff, translating its website, public-facing online consumer systems, and making translators and translating services available throughout the Agency.
This report is a collaboration of the Commission, The Fine Arts Federation of New York, and the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter. It shares best practices and highlights the groundbreaking strategies fueling the progress of designing affordable housing, and contains guidelines.
Audit Report on the New York City Housing Authority's Tenant Selection Process to determine whether new applicants awaiting NYCHA apartments are selected from certified waiting lists and meet screening requirements.
This brief from New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer documents the role that security deposits play in the city’s housing market and outlines reforms that would help renters more easily afford to live in the five boroughs.
The Brownsville Plan is the result of a community-driven process to identify neighborhood goals, form strategies to address local needs, and find resources to fill gaps in service. This will result in the creation of over 2,500 new affordable homes.
Update to 2014 housing report, using estimates from the most recent New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey (HVS) for 2017. We find that the disappearance of modestly-priced rental units has continued, leaving the City’s lowest-income households with fewer and fewer opt
Final reports present findings related to exterior door security at New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) developments, based on observations made throughout the five boroughs between July 10, 2018 and August 29, 2018.
All 6 NYC RGB 2018 reports: Income and Affordability Study; Price Index of Operating Costs; Income and Expense Study; Mortgage Survey Report; Housing Supply Report; and Changes to the Rent Stabilized Housing Stock in NYC in 2017. Also 2018-2019 adopted apartment, loft and hotel guidelines & glossary
Office of Tenant Advocate activity report, LL 161/2017 • # of complaints received by OTA and description of complaint • Average response time to complaints • Description of efforts to communicate with tenants • # of recommendations made to DOB commissioner
In the matter of an application submitted by Enclave on 241st LLC pursuant to Section 201 of the NYC Charter, for an amendment of the Zoning Resolution modifying APPENDIX F for the purpose of establishing a Mandatory Housing Inclusionary area, and to APPENDIX I to extend Transit Zone 1.
This report contains data on services provided to New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) residents, as required by Local Law 163 of 2016. The Mayor’s Office of Operations compiled this report from data submitted by nine City agencies and offices.
Pursuant to LL 136-2017, the Universal Access Law report on legal services available to all tenants facing eviction in housing court and public housing authority termination of tenancy. Report includes individuals eligible for provision of legal services in eviction proceedings.
Report contains number of contacts & placements in transitional housing resulting from such contacts during the reporting period and the number of referrals of persons so contacted to programs or services during the reporting period. Includes permanent/ transitional housing projections.
IBO reviewed 131 NYC Housing Connect listings for 3,605 new affordable apartments over a recent six-month period, surveying the distribution of rents by income group and by apartment size, as well as rent-to-income ratios.
The report includes the number of contacts and placements in transitional housing resulting from such contacts during the reporting period. Also includes the number of referrals of persons so contacted to programs or services during the reporting period.