New York City Housing Authority

  • Top 10 Apartment Owners in Brooklyn

    An explosion of new supply and a high cost of living have tempered rents in the area. Based on Yardi Matrix data, MHN compiled a list of the borough's top owners.

    New York 27 November 2017 15:25
  • Public Housing Goes Green

    The financial challenges of operating permanently affordable housing seem inevitable, but a growing number of public housing authorities are embracing sustainability projects to offset costs, increase operating efficiency and improve residents' quality of life, according to panelists at the 2017 Greenbuild conference.

    National 14 November 2017 18:09
  • Top 10 Manhattan Apartment Owners

    Although rent increases in New York City have slowed down, demand continues to be high and investors still consider the borough a red-hot market. MHN has compiled a list of Manhattan’s top owners based on data from Yardi Matrix.

    New York 28 September 2017 12:57
  • NY Launches $20B Affordable Housing Initiative

    The five-year plan was created to combat homelessness and proposes $10 billion to create and preserve more than 110,000 units across the state, including 12,000 units is designed through the newly enacted "Affordable New York" program.

    New York 25 May 2017 16:55
  • Ground Broken on Affordable Family Housing in The Bronx

    Ground has been broken on Soundview Family Housing, immediately adjacent to Soundview Park in the Bronx. The eight-story building will house 120 low-income families, and is the first in a multi-phase development.

    Northeast 25 November 2013 15:45
  • Milestone Apartment REIT Completes $200M IPO

    A Canadian investor goes public, plans large U.S. buy; Pennrose is selected as the co-developer for an affordable/public housing development in Brooklyn; and Cassidy Turley represents Mark-Taylor, Kitchell Development in joint venture purchases totaling 30 acres.

    National 08 March 2013 17:40
  • Green Affordable Housing Building Opens in the Bronx

    A new low-income, eco-friendly residential building in the Bronx was officially opened on February 21 during a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA). Located at 770 East 166th Street at Tinton Avenue in Morrisania, the nearly $38 million project was built by Blue Sea Development on land that was purchased from NYCHA at below market value.

    New York 22 February 2013 17:30

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