NYCHA Recovery and Resilience: Public Housing After Superstorm Sandy

Janes Walk

Led By Onel Hidalgo, NYCHA, NYCHA Recovery and Resilience Outreach Manager

Superstorm Sandy proved to be the most costly and destructive disaster to impact New York City public housing in its history. Join us on a walk through Rangel Houses to hear first-hand accounts from people who lived through the storm and see how NYCHA’s Recovery and Resilience Department is pushing design boundaries and building back stronger and smarter to make public housing safer for generations to come.

Friday, May 3
11:00 AM
Less than 1 hour
In Person

Borough: Manhattan
Theme: Environment
Accessibility: Family-friendly
exterior of the New York City Housing Authority's Rangel Houses
Rangel Houses NYCHA. Wikimedia Commons, Jim Henderson. Modification: photo cropped.
Meeting Location

In front of 159-16 Harlem River Drive


B/D Subway Lines (155 Street / 8 Avenue)

Finding your walk leader

I'll be wearing a bright yellow shirt with the Recovery and Resilience logo on it.

Ending Location

In front of 159-16 Harlem River Drive

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