The apartments will be in three buildings that will rise up to 16 floors in the parking lots and grassland of housing projects in Brooklyn and the Bronx
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The Brooklyn borough of New York. The housing projects will have rooftop gardens, arts and technology programmes, community centres, preschool education and social services.
MOVING towards its goal of building 80,000 new affordable housing units over 10 years, the de Blasio administration plans to announce on Thursday that it will lease public housing land to build nearly 500 apartments for low-income tenants, most of them elderly. The apartments...