NYCHA information - Management Offices, Residents Associations, Sandy recovery & resiliency plans

The NYCHA public housing in Red Hook is the largest NYCHA development in Brooklyn, and the second largest in New York City. It is where the overwhelming majority of Red Hook residents live.

The NYCHA footprint has many Red Hook WaterStories associated with it since it is largely located on what was tide mill ponds, the waterfront related businesses and residents who lived there before the NYCHA buildings were constructed, the work history of many of the residents over the years, and the great damage done by hurricane Sandy. 

NYCHA
official home page 

Red Hook East Development
map and list of buildings 

Red Hook West Development
map and list of buildings 

NYCHA Management office Red Hook East
62 Mill St, Brooklyn, NY, 11231
(718) 852-6771

NYCHA Management office Red Hook West
55 Dwight St, Brooklyn, NY, 11231
(718) 522-3880

Red Hook West Residents Association

  • President Ms. Lillie Marshall
  • Meeting day/time every second Tuesday, 6:30pm
  • Meeting location: Office 428 Columbia apt 1C, between W9th and Lorraine, west side of street, by flagpole
  • Email Redhookwest.lillie@aol.com  
  • No website

Red Hook East Tenants Association

  • President Mrs. Frances Brown
  • Meeting day/time 3rd Monday of the Month, 6:30
  • Meeting location: 167 Bush Street, Apt 1D
  • Email fabbrown795@aol.com
  • No website

NYCHA official Sandy Recovery updates 
NYCHA Sandy recovery monitoring 

Official NYC Sandy funding tracker
http://www1.nyc.gov/sandytracker/#2576322132

NYCHA Resiliency upgrades
Official NYCHA RFP for state-of-the-art microgrid; heat & power generation system at Red Hook Houses 

NYCHA Resiliency plan
This is from a presentation made to the Red Hook community as part of a process seeking community input.  

The resiliency upgrades planned by NYCHA will benefit Red Hook as a whole while providing great improvements to residents of the development. 

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