|The NYCHA dwellings in best condition are in Staten Island. The worst are in the Bronx, followed by Brooklyn. (Stringer)|
On Sunday, Comptroller Scott Stringer called for the projected surpluses from the Battery Park City Authority to be directed toward repairs at New York City Housing Authority properties, where conditions have deteriorated significantly in recent years.
In past years, this surplus went towards general affordable housing.
Stringer said federal disinvestment "continues to chip away at NYCHA’s already stressed budget."
“The to-do list at NYCHA is long and getting longer, from broken windows and peeling paint, to faulty heaters and leaking roofs,” he said.
The NYCHA dwellings in best condition are in Staten Island. The worst are in the Bronx, followed by Brooklyn.
The full report on NYCHA housing deterioration is here.
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