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HPD Announces New Mixed-Income Housing Project In Manhattan'S Clinton Neighborhood - December 20, 1999

HPD Announces Round V Of The Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Program --- An Award Winning Program Which Returns City-Owned Buildings To Responsible Private Owners - December 13, 1999

New York City Program Wins 1999 "Innovations In American Government Award" From The Ford Foundation And Harvard: Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Program Turns Around Neighborhoods - October 14, 1999

Commissioner Roberts Attends Celebration For Water'S Edge: Water'S Edge, A New Housing Development, Is Now In Construction - The First New Housing Development In Arverne, Queens In 25 Years - September 22, 1999

Commissioner Roberts Hosts Block Party In Harlem To Emphasize The City'S Home Ownership Opportunities - September 17, 1999

HPD Homeownership Month: "New Home, New York" - August 31, 1999

HPD Commissioner Announces The Development Of Over 300 Homeownership Units In The Bronx, Broooklyn, Manhattan, And Queens - August 17, 1999

Nyc Department Of Housing Preservation And Development And The New York City Housing Partnership Announce Designation Of Developers For 2,366 Affordable Homes - August 2, 1999

Marketing Begins For Affordable New Homes In Bushwick, Brooklyn Thanks To Housing Preservation And Development: Continues Community Redevelopment Effort That Has Already Provided 800 Units Of Homeownership In Bushwick - July 15, 1999

The Rebirth Of Harlem Continues: Over $100 Million In Public-Private Funds To Be Invested In 116th Street - July 14, 1999

First Anchor / Partnership Plaza Development Opens For Business At Fulton Ralph Plaza In Central Brooklyn - July 7, 1999

Free Housing Education Classes From Housing Preservation And Development: New Interactive Televisual Courses To Reach Students In Other Boroughs - July 1, 1999

Housing Preservation And Development Selects A Development Team For A Supermarket And Middle Income Condos In The Bradhurst Section Of Harlem - June 18, 1999

HPD Announces New Loan Program For Apartment Building Repairs: 1% Interest Rate Available For Loans To Remove Hazardous Conditions, Repair Violations, And/Or Replace One Operating System - June 18, 1999

Brooklyn Supreme Court Mandates That Court Appointed Receiver Is Responsible For Providing Essential Services To Tenants - May 3, 1999

HPD'S Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Program (Nep) Is A Semi-Finalist In Harvard'S Innovations In American Government Award Program - April 28, 1999

HPD Commissioner Richard T. Roberts Welcomed Over 400 Tenants To Their Newly Renovated Homes In Brooklyn - April 21, 1999

HPD Commissioner Roberts Reminds Building Owners To Renew Their Building'S Registration - April 8, 1999

Housing Preservation And Development Commissioner Roberts Announces 750 City Apartments Are Now "Lead Safe" - April 6, 1999

HPD Announces Litigation Against Sro Owner Accused Of Illegal Eviction - April 2, 1999

HPD Announces New Affordable Housing Development For Clinton Neighborhood - March 4, 1999

Brooklyn Court Upholds Legal Obligation Of Managing Agent Thanks To HPD'S Housing Litigation Bureau - March 3, 1999

HPD Annouces New Round Of Buildings Blocks! - January 27, 1999

Manhattan Landlord Consents To Correct Hundreds Of Violations On Building At 508 W. 172 Street Thanks To HPD'S Housing Litigation Bureau - February 11, 1999

HPD Announces New Exhibition "Landscapes Of Hope: Rebuilding New York City'S Neighborhoods - January 14, 1999

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