The president of the residents' association of the Andrew Jackson Houses said that workers found asbestos inside a burst pipe.
A series of incidents across New York City have increased concerns about the dangers of debris falling from buildings in disrepair.
Seismic activity in Puerto Rico has caused more than 7,960 people to take refuge in government shelters in the island's south, although officials say many of them are simply scared of returning home even if their houses were not damaged in the quakes.
Officials in Brooklyn are reminding homeowners to be wary of scams try to get them to sell their homes.
Portland lawmakers have approved a $4.5 million contract with a hazardous waste removal company to clean up homeless encampments around the city.
A robot is creating a 3-D miniature of what may be the future of homebuilding. It's part of a concept called TERA.
If you’re a Dr. Phil fan, good news! Now you can own his Southern California home.
It’s been less than a month since architect Erica Tishman was struck and killed by a chunk of façade that fell from a high rise in Midtown Manhattan. Now, the Department of Buildings is taking new measures to protect the safety of the public with more inspections and follow-up audits.
After an analysis of the recent U.S. Census, the Empire Center for Public Policy found that the state’s population was roughly 19.5 million in 2019, after a drop of almost 77,000 or .4 percent from the previous year.
Hundreds of tenants who live at the Samuel Gompers Houses in the Lower East Side have been living without gas since September.
Tenants in the Samuel Gompers Houses are spending yet another holiday without gas to cook, forcing many to make alternative holiday plans.
Dozens of homes have been demolished in Woodbridge, as part of an effort to stay ahead of climate change.
Taj Gibson has always given back to his community but after signing a two-year deal with the Knicks this off-season, he can now be hands-on and present with the people he wants to help.
New York City paid a year's worth of $1,300-a-month rent for Tasha as part of its SOTA program. She and her children moved to Newark and everything was OK until her building went into foreclosure.
The Democratic mayor's plan to end street homelessness "as we know it" includes adding 1,000 new "safe haven" beds in houses of worship.
The capital of Kansas is willing to pay peope a whopping $15,000 to move there.
A proposed class action lawsuit would target NYCHA on behalf of any tenant that lost heat or hot water for any period of time during the winter of 2017-18.
Attorneys from the Legal Aid Society made arguments to file a class action lawsuit for any NYCHA resident that experienced a heat and/or hot water outage during the winter of 2017-18.
Amy Deluca and Elyse Marks are building envelope specialists. That means they hang from the city's many skyscrapers, completing mandatory local law inspections looking for building deficiencies.
A San Francisco Bay Area city official wants to explore the possibility of using a cruise ship to house up to 1,000 homeless people amid a high cost of living and a shortage of housing.