From New York YIMBY:
The New York City Housing Authority has partnered with BFC Partners, CB Emmanuel Realty, and non-profit organization Catholic Homes New York to complete $100 million in capital improvements at the West Brighton residential campus in Staten Island. Known formally as West Brighton I and II, the scope of work will impact more than 1,400 residents or 574 apartments spread across 14 buildings.
Specific upgrades include improved heating and hot water systems, updated community spaces, and enhancements to campus security and waste disposal systems.
The project is made possible through NYCHA’s Permanent Affordability Commitment Together (PACT) program, which allows the agency to convert its existing properties from Section 9 public housing to project-based Section 8. As a result, the agency gains access to more federal funding to complete remediation projects.
Read New York YIMBY's article "Staten Island’s ‘West Brighton’ NYCHA Complex To Receive $100M In Facility Upgrades."