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Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities - Dept. of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD)

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) promotes quality housing by acting as a catalyst for private sector investment and economic integration of communities with the greatest need.

HPD reviews City programs related to urban renewal, publicly aided housing, and neighborhood conservation. They prevent discrimination by supporting Fair Housing offices in each borough and one central office in Manhattan.

Central Office:
100 Gold Street, Room 5-Z8
New York, NY 10038
Voice 1 (212) 863-7911
TTY (212) 863-7934
Fax (212) 863-8907
http://www.nyc.gov/html/hpd/home.html

Fair Housing Borough Offices
The following community non-profit groups are under contract with the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development to provide fair-housing information and referral services for housing.

Manhattan:
Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc.
365 Broadway
New York, NY 10013
Voice 1 (212) 431-7800
Fax (212) 226-5351

New York Urban League, Inc.
204 W. 136th Street
New York, NY
Voice 1 (212) 926-8000, ext. 12

Brooklyn:
Brooklyn Tenants Council, Inc.
415 Albemarle Road
Brooklyn, NY 11216
Voice 1 (718) 435-7585
Fax (718) 435-7605

Staten Island:
New York Urban League, Inc.
6 Van Duzer Street
Staten Island, NY 10301
Voice 1 (718) 442-5579
Fax (718) 876-7585

The Bronx:
South Bronx Action Group
384 E. 149th Street, Room 220
Bronx, NY 10455
Voice 1 (718) 993-5869
Fax (718) 993-7904

Queens:
New York Urban League, Inc.
92-20 Union Hall Street
Jamaica, NY 11432
Voice 1 (718) 297-7272
Fax (718) 658-7564

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