Post Tagged with: "Patterson Houses"

Stebbins-Hewitt tenant president Ray Serrano braces against the cold indoors. Photo: Trevor Boyer

NYCHA complexes fight the cold, and the system

Housing January 18, 2018 at 5:09 pm 0 comments

While most New Yorkers waited out record low temperatures from the comfort of their heated homes this holiday season, thousands of NYCHA residents braced against the single digit cold with no such luck.

Photo: Joe Hirsch

Patterson Houses residents left in the cold

Housing November 19, 2017 at 9:33 pm 0 comments

Baby it’s cold outside. Try telling that to the residents of Patterson Houses, for whom it’s just as cold inside.

Local kids get a field of dreams

Local kids get a field of dreams

Parks July 29, 2017 at 1:01 pm 0 comments

Tucked away in a corner of Mott Haven, just outside the grounds of one of the city’s largest public housing complexes, a new baseball field is providing local young people a place to play and lots of instruction to step up their game.

New York Restoration Project. A free shuttle bus will make a loop between the Hub and the Randall's Island Connector in Port Morris.

Free shuttle bus to Randall’s Island Connector coming soon

Parks May 3, 2016 at 11:02 am 0 comments

From mid-May, Mott Haven residents can board a free shuttle bus that makes hourly rounds to the Randall’s Island Connector in Port Morris.

Rodent-eating raptor becomes local mascot

Rodent-eating raptor becomes local mascot

Environment March 17, 2016 at 10:33 am 1 comment

A recent newcomer to the Patterson Houses in Mott Haven, a red-tailed hawk, has been seen in and above the sprawling NYCHA complex – soaring, swooping or just sitting and staring.

Sting breaks up Patterson Houses gangs

Police December 13, 2015 at 5:51 pm 1 comment

48 arrested on weapons, narcotics and murder charges Two rival gangs that terrorized area NYCHA complexes have been silenced as the result of a sting by the feds and the NYPD. In all, 48 members and associates from the Young Gunnaz and 18 Park were charged in federal court with crimesRead More

Recycling advocates hit NYCHA with lawsuit

Recycling advocates hit NYCHA with lawsuit

Environment, Housing May 25, 2015 at 11:22 pm 1 comment

Longword’s Mothers on the Move is one of three environmental justice organizations that have filed a lawsuit against NYCHA, contending that workers routinely flaunt laws requiring them to sort recyclables from regular trash.

Participatory Budgeting 2015 winners announced

Participatory Budgeting 2015 winners announced

Education, Government April 30, 2015 at 12:02 pm 0 comments

Eight Mott Haven schools will divide $1 million for new air conditioning and technology upgrades after project proposals to fund them received the highest number of votes from local residents in this year’s Participatory Budgeting initiative.