New York City’s public housing authority is still the city’s worst landlord, according to the annual list released by the Public Advocate Jumaane Williams’ office Thursday, with a whopping 600,000 open requests for unfinished repairs.

“Broken elevators, leaks, molds, mildew, infestations, rats on the ground, mice in the buildings,” said Saundrea I. Coleman, a tenant of the Isaacs Houses on the Upper East Side, when asked to comment on NYCHA’s dubious distinction.

Coleman, who organizes others in her building, said she’s used to her neighbors telling her, “‘My apartment is clean, it’s spic and span but I cant get rid of these roaches.’ You cannot make this up. We are the new Flint.”

The NYCHA development known as Holmes Towers. The city housing authority again as the city’s worst landlord. New York City’s public housing authority is still the city’s worst landlord , according to the annual list released by the Public Advocate Jumaane Williams’ office Thursday, with a whopping 600,000 open […]

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