Renovations on more than 1,700 units of public housing in upper Manhattan are making a big difference in residents’ lives

Renovations are underway on more than 1,700 units of public housing in Upper Manhattan. The New York Housing Authority put together a collaborative team to repair and renovate the units spanning across 16 developments in Manhattan under the Permanent Affordability Commitment Together Program. 

The units are located primarily in upper Manhattan, though improvements are also being made to units in Murray Hill and the Upper West Side.

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