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City And Community Brainstorm On Potential Uses For The Former Naval Prison Site In Brooklyn - December 4, 2003

$150 Million Building To Bring Jobs, Rental Apartments, Stores And A New Community Center To Manhattan'S Cooper Square - December 1, 2003

Weston United To Empower The Homeless With New Permanent Housing Facility - November 26, 2003

Ribbon Cutting For Two Beulah Developments - November 13, 2003

HPD Selects Developers For Nearly 1,500 Apartments In Harlem, Downtown Brooklyn, And The Bronx - November 12, 2003

Queens Building Owner Jailed For Civil Contempt Of Order To Correct Hazardous Conditions In Tenants' Apartments - November 3, 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Appoints Emily Youssouf As President Of City'S Housing Development Corporation - November 3, 2003

New Housing New York: Design Ideas Competition - October 31, 2003

Economic And Residential Renewal Continues In East New York - October 30, 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Proposes State Legislation To Provide Protection To Mitchell-Lama Development Tenants And Tax Relief To Owners - October 29, 2003

Middle-Income Co-Operative Development Celebrates Grand Opening In Harlem - October 22, 2003

Public Private Partnership Revives Once Abandoned Harlem Block With $42.7 Million Investment - October 18, 2003

Housing Preservation And Development Commissioner Announces Receipt Of $3.1 Million In Federal Grants For Lead Paint Safety - October 15, 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg And Archbishop Of New York Edward Cardinal Egan Tour New Housing In Highbridge Section Of The Bronx - October 9, 2003

Construction To Begin On 182 New And Rehabilitated Apartments In Clinton Area Of Manhattan - October 1 , 2003

2003/2004 Heat Season Begins: HPD To Enforce Laws Requiring Building Owners To Provide Heat - October 1 , 2003

Empieza La Temporada De CalefacciÓN Del 2003/2004 - October 1 , 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Announces City To Seek Developer For Senior Citizen Housing On Sea View Hospital Campus - September 3, 2003

Rehabilitated, Affordable Rental Apartments Available In Bedford-Stuyvesant And Crown Heights - August 27, 2003

Applications Available For Rehabilitated, Affordable Rental Apartments In The Bronx - August 26, 2003

Nyc Housing Department Announces Approximately Six Hundred One- And Two- Family Homes For Sale In Queens - August 25, 2003

Renovated, Affordable One- To Four-Family Homes For Sale In Brooklyn And The Bronx - August 18, 2003

Central Harlem Celebrates The Opening Of 87 New Units Of Affordable Housing - August 12, 2003

Applications Available For Homes In Central Harlem And Hamilton Heights - August 1, 2003

Applications Available For Townhouses In Harlem And Washington Heights - July 24, 2003

Permanent Homes After Almost A Decade In Homeless Shelters: Homeless Mentally Ill Find Permanent Housing In New Supportive Housing Building In The Bronx - July 24, 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Hud Secretary Mel Martinez And Governor George E. Pataki Announce $50 Million Program For Affordable Housing In Lower Manhattan - July 21, 2003

Harlem Residents Celebrate The Dream Of Home-Ownership At The Opening Of Harriet Tubman Gardens - July 21, 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Announces Designation Of Developer For Former Board Of Education Headquarters At 110 Livingston Street - July 8, 2003

Applications Available For 15 Renovated Condominium Apartments In Harlem - July 1, 2003

Applications Available Now For Newly Constructed Apartments - June 27, 2003

Applications Available Now For Newly Constructed Apartments - June 26, 2003

Nyc Health Commissioner Thomas R. Frieden Announces 79% Reduction In Children Newly Identified With Elevated Blood Lead Levels Since 1995 - June 11, 2003

Hud Secretary Martinez Celebrates Homeownership Month, Applauds New Bronx Homeownership Development - June 5, 2003

Man Arrested For Threatening Housing Inspector With Gun - May 9, 2003

Low Income Housing Tax Credits Available For 2003 - April 30, 2003

Elected And Community Leaders, Public And Private Lenders And Residents Celebrate The Reclaiming And Renovation Of Four Harlem Buildings For Affordable Housing - April 30, 2003

Hcci Does It Again! - April 25, 2003

Bowne Management Systems, Inc. Awarded "On-Line" New York City Housing And Neighborhood Information System Program - April 11, 2003

HPD Issues Rfq For Round Vi Of Neighborhood Entrepreneurs Program - April 7, 2003

Habitat For Humanity - Nyc Breaks Ground On 13 New Homes In Mott Haven - March 25, 2003

HPD Designates Development Team For Sites On Manhattan'S West Side - March 19, 2003

Queens Building Owner Jailed For Civil Contempt Of Order To Restore Heat, Hot Water And Electricity In Tenant'S Apartment - March 11, 2003

HPD Commissioner Perine Appoints William Traylor As Deputy Commissioner For Development - March 5, 2003

HPD Commissioner Perine Reminds Building Owners To Renew Their Building'S Registration - March 4, 2003

HPD Issues A Request For Qualifications For Round Iv Of Third Party Transfer Program - March 3, 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Signs Legislation To Improve Quality Of Affordable Housing - February 28, 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Signs Legislation Extending And Expanding J-51 Program - February 28, 2003

First Time Homebuyers Attracted To A Transformed Brownsville - February 20, 2003

Columbia Gardens Development Completed In Carroll Gardens - February 13, 2003

HPD Issues Rfp For Residential And Mixed-Use Developments In Harlem, Downtown Brooklyn, And The Bronx - February 10, 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Releases Initial Findings Of 2002 New York City Housing And Vacancy Survey - February 7, 2003

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Inaugurates Dorothy Day Apartments In West Harlem - February 6, 2003

2003 Heat Season: HPD Enforces Laws Requiring Building Owners To Provide Heat - January 21, 2003

New 54-Unit SRO Opens In The Bronx - January 14, 2003

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