Mayor Adams expands Big Apple Connect, free broadband to 150,000 NYCHA households

Mayor Eric Adams and OTI Commissioner Matthew Fraser announced the expansion of Big Apple Connect in New York City.

News 12 Staff

Aug 1, 2023, 1:20 PM

Updated 299 days ago

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Mayor Adams expands Big Apple Connect, free broadband to 150,000 NYCHA households
Mayor Eric Adams and Chief Technology Officer and New York City Office of Technology and Innovation (OTI) Commissioner Matthew Fraser announced the expansion of Big Apple Connect in New York City.
The expansion, delivering free in-home internet and basic cable TV, includes 17 new public housing developments with 150,000 homes citywide.
The newly added developments are:
  • 303 Vernon Avenue (Brooklyn)
  • Atlantic Terminal Site 4B (Brooklyn)
  • Baruch Houses (Manhattan)
  • Baruch Houses Addition (Manhattan)
  • De Hostos Apartments (Manhattan)
  • Jefferson (Manhattan)
  • Kingsborough Houses (Brooklyn)
  • Kingsborough Extension (Brooklyn)
  • Manhattanville Houses (Manhattan)
  • Morrisania Air Rights (Bronx)
  • Red Hook East (Brooklyn)
  • Red Hook West (Brooklyn)
  • Riis Houses (Manhattan)
  • Riis Houses II (Manhattan)
  • Saint Nicholas (Manhattan)
  • Wald (Manhattan)
  • Woodson (Brooklyn)
To check the full list of Big Apple Connect eligible NYCHA developments, click here.


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