From Multi-Housing News:
Sixteen Manhattan public housing properties will be the latest developments to get much-needed repairs as part of the New York City Housing Authority’s Permanent Affordability Commitment Together (PACT) program. The improvements, that will impact more than 2,900 residents, will include new bathrooms, kitchens and flooring in apartments as well as replacements of heating systems and full elevator rehabs.
Residents of the 1,718 apartments will be allowed to remain while the renovations and upgrades are made to the units and common areas. Major enhancements to the buildings’ security, elevator and heating systems will be prioritized for each development, as well as other needs identified by residents, during a collaborative process that will take place over the coming months.
Read Multi-Housing News' article "Upgrades Ahead for 16 Manhattan Public Housing Properties," featuring the New York City Housing Authority.