Security cameras coming to NYCHA complexes

Security cameras will be installed or upgraded at 11 Bronx NYCHA complexes.

Security cameras will be installed or upgraded at 11 Bronx NYCHA complexes. (3/24/15)

THE BRONX - More security cameras are heading to several New York City Housing Authority developments in the Bronx.

The mayor's office announced Tuesday that it will install or upgrade security at 11 Bronx complexes.

The included developments in the borough are the Betances Houses, Claremont Franklin Avenue, Gun Hill Houses, John Adams Houses, Marble Hill Houses, Moore Houses, Parkside Houses, Sedwick Houses, Twin Parks Consolidated, Throggs Neck and Forest Houses.

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Security cameras coming to NYCHA complexes

Betances Houses
Claremont/Franklin Avenue
Gun Hill Houses
Forest Houses
John Adams Houses
Marble Hill Houses
Moore Houses
Parkside Houses
Sedgwick Houses
Twin Parks Consolidated
Throggs Neck

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