By Brooklyn Reader

June 25, 2015, 10:33 am

 

Eighty New York City Housing Authority apartments have been left vacant for over a decade, and another 161 apartments have been empty for between three and 10 years, according to a startling audit of NYCHA housing stock that City Comptroller Scott Stringer released yesterday in front of the Raymond […]


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