NYCHA works to restore housing developments damaged in Superstorm Sandy
New York City Housing Authority representatives are working hard to restore public housing developments damaged by Superstorm Sandy 10 years ago, and prevent future damage.
According to NYCHA reports, 35 of its developments sustained severe damage in the hurricane 10 years ago.
Since then, NYCHA says it completed $2.64 billion in work, all from funding for disaster recovery.
It covers 35 developments like Gravesend and Coney Island Houses, which totals out to 246 buildings.
The work includes boilers, generators, hot water heaters and more.