List of New York City Housing Authority properties

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Buildings[edit]

Manhattan[edit]

NYCHA Property Neighborhood/Subsection No.# of Buildings No.# of Stories No.# of Apartments Date of Completion Date of Demolition Notes
Alfred E. Smith Houses Lower East Side 12 17 1,931 October 30, 1950
Audubon Houses Washington Heights 1 20 167 April 30, 1962
Amsterdam Addition Upper West Side 1 27 175 January 31, 1974
Amsterdam Houses Upper West Side 13 6 and 13 1,080 December 17, 1948
Baruch Addition Lower East Side 1 23 197 April 30, 1977 Senior-Only Housing
Baruch Houses Lower East Side 17 7, 13 and 14 2,193 June 30, 1959
Bethune Gardens Washington Heights 1 22 210 March 31, 1967
Bracetti Plaza East Village 1 7 108 May 31, 1974
Campos Plaza East Village 2 10 and 20 270 September 30, 1979
Carver Houses East Harlem 13 6 and 15 1,246 January 31, 1958
Chelsea Houses Chelsea 2 21 426 May 31, 1964 Combined with Elliot Houses
Chelsea Addition Chelsea 1 14 96 April 30, 1968 Senior-Only Housing; Combined with Elliot Houses
Clinton Houses East Harlem 6 9 and 18 749 October 31, 1965
Corsi Houses East Harlem 1 16 171 November 30, 1973 Senior-Only Housing
De Hostos Apartments Upper West Side 1 22 219 February 28, 1969
Drew Hamilton Houses Harlem 5 21 1,207 September 30, 1965
Dyckman Houses Inwood 7 14 1,167 April 25, 1951
East River Houses East Harlem 10 6, 10 and 11 1,158 May 20, 1941
Elliot Houses Chelsea 4 11 and 12 608 July 15, 1947
Fabria Houses East Village 3 5 40 May 1, 1985
First Houses East Village 8 4 and 5 126 May 31, 1936 Oldest public housing development out of all of the boroughs in the city.
Fort Washington Avenue Rehab Washington Heights 1 7 226 September 30, 1984 Senior-Only Housing
Frederick Douglass Addition Upper West Side 1 16 135 June 30, 1965
Frederick Douglass Houses Upper West Side 17 5, 9, 12, 17, 18 and 20 2,054 May 31, 1958
Frederick E. Samuel Apartments Harlem 40 5, 6 and 7 659 June 30, 1993
Fulton Houses Chelsea 11 6 and 25 945 March 31, 1965
Gompers Houses Lower East Side 2 20 474 April 30, 1964
Grampion Houses Harlem 1 7 35 May 31, 1977
Grant Houses Manhattanville 9 13 and 21 1,940 September 30, 1957
Harborview Terrace Clinton 2 14 and 15 377 June 30, 1977
Harlem River Houses Harlem 7 4 and 5 571 October 1, 1937
Hernandez Houses Lower East Side 1 17 149 August 31, 1971
Holmes Towers Yorkville 2 25 537 April 30, 1969
Isaacs Houses Yorkville 3 24 635 July 31, 1965
Jackie Robinson Houses East Harlem 1 8 189 May 31, 1973
Jefferson Houses East Harlem 18 7, 13 and 14 1,487 June 30, 1959
Johnson Houses East Harlem 10 14 1,308 December 27, 1948
King Towers Harlem 10 13 and 14 1,373 October 31, 1954
LaGuardia Addition Lower East Side 1 16 150 August 31, 1965 Senior-Only Housing
LaGuardia Houses Lower East Side 9 15 and 16 1,093 July 31, 1957
Lehman Village East Harlem 4 20 619 November 30, 1963
Lexington Houses Harlem 4 14 448 March 16, 1951
Lincoln Houses Harlem 14 6 and 14 1,282 December 29, 1948
Lower East Side II Lower East Side 4 3 188 November 1, 1988
Lower East Side III Lower East Side 2 4 56 April 30, 1997
Lower East Side Rehab Lower East Side 2 6 55 December 1, 1986
Lower East Side I Infill Lower East Side 5 4 and 9 189 April 30, 1988
Manhattanville Houses Manhattanville 6 20 1,272 June 30, 1961
Marshall Plaza Washington Heights 1 20 180 June 30, 1986
Meltzer Tower East Village 1 20 230 August 31, 1971
Metro North Plaza East Harlem 3 7, 8 and 11 269 August 31, 1971
Metro North Rehab East Harlem 17 6 321 September 30, 1989
Milbank-Frawley East Harlem 2 5 and 6 82 July 31, 1988
Polo Grounds Towers Harlem 4 30 1,614 June 30, 1968
Rangel Houses Harlem 8 14 984 September 30, 1951
Riis Houses East Village 13 6, 13 and 14 1,187 January 17, 1949
Riis II East Village 6 6, 13 and 14 577 January 31, 1949
Robbins Plaza Lenox Hill 1 20 150 February 28, 1975 Senior-Only Housing
Robert F. Wagner Houses East Harlem 22 7 and 16 2,154 May 31, 1958
Rutgers Houses Lower East Side 5 20 721 March 31, 1965
St. Nicholas Houses Harlem 13 14 1,523 September 30, 1954
Straus Houses Rose Hill 2 19 and 20 267 January 31, 1965
Taft Houses East Harlem 9 19 1,464 December 31, 1962
Two Bridges URA (SITE 7) Two Bridges 1 26 250 April 30, 1975
Vladeck Houses I Lower East Side 20 6 250 November 25, 1940
Vladeck Houses II Lower East Side 4 6 238 October 25, 1940
Wald Houses Lower East Side 16 10, 11, 13 and 14 1,857 October 14, 1949
Washington Houses East Harlem 14 12 and 14 1,510 July 31, 1957
Wilson Houses East Harlem 3 20 398 June 30, 1961
Wise Houses Upper West Side 2 19 399 January 31, 1965
WSUR Brownstones Upper West Side 36 3, 4, and 6 236 June 30, 1968

Bronx[edit]

NYCHA Property Neighborhood/Subsection No.# of Buildings No.# of Stories No.# of Apartments Date of Completion Date of Demolition Notes
1010 East 178th Street West Farms 1 21 218 March 31, 1971
1162-1176 Washington Avenue Morrisania 1 6 64 December 31, 1975
1471 Watson Avenue Soundview 1 6 96 December 31, 1970
Adams Houses Melrose 7 15 and 21 925 August 31, 1964
Bailey Avenue-West 193rd Street University Heights 1 19 232 May 31, 1973
Baychester Houses Edenwald 11 6 441 May 31, 1963
Dr. Ramon E. Betances I Mott Haven 13 3, 4, 11 and 19 308 May 31, 1973
Dr. Ramon E. Betances II, 13 Mott Haven 1 6 51 July 31, 1973
Dr. Ramon E. Betances II, 18 Mott Haven 2 4 and 6 51 July 31, 1973
Dr. Ramon E. Betances II, 9A Mott Haven 1 4 46 July 31, 1973
Dr. Ramon E. Betances III, 13 Mott Haven 2 5 22 July 31, 1973
Dr. Ramon E. Betances III, 18 Mott Haven 1 5 19 July 31, 1973
Dr. Ramon E. Betances III, 9A Mott Haven 2 6 26 July 31, 1973
Dr. Ramon E. Betances IV Mott Haven 8 3, 4 and 5 282 December 31, 1973
Dr. Ramon E. Betances V Mott Haven 9 5 and 6 152 February 28, 1974
Dr. Ramon E. Betances VI Mott Haven 3 5 and 6 155 September 30, 1982
Baychester Houses Edenwald 11 6 441 May 31, 1963
Boston Road Plaza Houses Bronxdale 1 20 230 August 31, 1972
Boston Secor Houses Eastchester 4 13, 14, 17 and 18 538 April 30, 1969
Boynton Avenue Rehabs Soundview 3 4 20 1928
Bronx River Addition Soundview 2 6 and 12 225 February 28, 1966
Bronx River Houses Soundview 9 14 1,260 February 28, 1951
Bronxchester Houses Melrose 1 18 208 June 30, 1978
Bryant Avenue-East 174th Street Crotona Park East 1 6 111 1973
Butler Houses Morrisania 6 21 1,476 December 31, 1964
Castle Hill Houses Castle Hill 14 12 and 20 2,025 November 30, 1960
Claremont Parkway-Franklin Avenue Area Morrisania 3 3 and 7 1,888 December 31, 1986
Claremont Rehab (Group 2) Concourse 6 5 and 6 107 April 30, 1987
Claremont Rehab (Group 3) Concourse 5 5 112 December 31, 1984
Claremont Rehab (Group 4) Concourse 9 4 and 5 150 October 31, 1986
Claremont Rehab (Group 5) Concourse 3 5 132 November 30, 1985
Classon Point Gardens Soundview 7 6 410 May 31, 1977
College Avenue-East 165th Street Soundview 1 6 95 1972
Davidson Houses Morrisania 1 8 177 August 31, 1973
Eagle Avenue-East 165th Street Morrisania 1 6 66 May 31, 1971
East 152nd Street-Courtlandt Avenue Melrose 2 11 and 12 1973
East 165th Street-Bryant Avenue Longwood 5 3 111 1987
East 173rd Street-Vyse Avenue East Morrisania 7 3 1995
East 180th Street-Monterey Avenue East Tremont 1 10 239 September 30, 1973
Eastchester Gardens Laconia 40 3 and 14 2,034 October 15, 1953 Largest public housing development in the borough.
Forest Houses Morrisania 15 9, 10 and 14 1,349 December 31, 1956
Fort Independence Street-Heath Avenue Kingsbridge Heights 1 21 344 November 30, 1974
Franklin Avenue I (Conventional) Morrisania 3 5 1910
Franklin Avenue I M.H.O.P. (Multi Family Homeownership Program) Morrisania 2 5 1910
Franklin Avenue II (Conventional) Morrisania 3 5 1910
Franklin Avenue III (Conventional) Morrisania 1 5 1910
Franklin Avenue III M.H.O.P. (Multi Family Homeownership Program) Morrisania 3 5 1910
Glebe Avenue-Westchester Avenue Westchester Square 1 6 132 December 31, 1971
Gun Hill Houses Williamsbridge 6 13 and 14 733 November 30, 1950
Harrison Avenue Rehab (Group A) Morris Heights 1 5 1926
Harrison Avenue Rehab (Group B) Morris Heights 4 4 and 5 1926
Highbridge Gardens Highbridge 6 13 and 14 699 June 30, 1954
Highbridge Rehabs (West 166th Street-Anderson Avenue) Highbridge
Highbridge Rehabs (Nelson Avenue) Highbridge
Hoe Avenue-East 173rd Street East Morrisania 1 6
Jackson Houses Melrose 7 16 867 July 31, 1963
Jennings Street M.H.O.P. (Multi Family Homeownership Program) Morrisania 3 5
Longfellow Avenue Rehab Longwood 2 5 75 June 30, 1990
Macombs Road Morris Heights
Marble Hill Houses Marble Hill 11 14 and 15 1,682 March 3, 1952
McKinley Houses Morrisania 5 16 1,633 July 31, 1962
Melrose Houses Melrose 8 14 1,020 March 3, 1952
Middleton Plaza Pelham Bay 1 15 178 August 31, 1973
Mill Brook Houses Mott Haven 9 16 1,255 May 31, 1959
Mill Brook Extension Mott Haven 1 16 125 January 31, 1962
Mitchell Houses Mott Haven 10 17, 19 and 20 1,729 February 28, 1966
Monroe Houses Soundview 12 8, 14 and 15 1,102 September 30, 1961
Moore Houses Soundview 2 20 463 March 31, 1964
Morris Heights Rehab Morris Heights
Morris I Morris Heights 10 16 and 20 1,084 August 31, 1965
Morris II Morris Heights 7 16 and 20 801 August 31, 1965
Morrisania Air Rights Melrose 3 19, 23 and 29 843 February 29, 1980
Morrisania Houses Morrisania 2 16 205 May 31, 1963
Mott Haven Houses Mott Haven 8 20 and 22 993 March 31, 1965
Murphy Houses East Morrisania 2 20 281 March 31, 1964
Parkside Houses Allerton 14 6, 7, 14 and 15 879 June 12, 1951
Patterson Houses Mott Haven 15 6 and 13 1,788 December 31, 1950
Pelham Parkway Houses Pelham Parkway 23 6 1,266 June 30, 1950 Oldest public housing development in the borough.
Prospect Avenue M.H.O.P. (Multi Family Homeownership Program) Mott Haven 1 5
PSS Grandparent Family Apartments Morrisania 1 6
Randall-Balcom Houses Throgs Neck 29 3 and 7 1,185 November 30, 1953
Sack Wern Houses Soundview 7 6 410 May 31, 1977
Saint Mary's Park Houses Melrose 6 21 1,007 April 30, 1959
Sedgwick Houses Morris Heights 7 14 and 15 784 March 23, 1951
Sotomayor Houses Soundview 28 7 1,496 January 31, 1955 Originally known as Bronxdale Houses.
Soundview Houses Soundview 13 7 1,255 December 31, 1954
South Bronx Area (Site 402) Melrose 4 3 1986
Southern Boulevard M.H.O.P. (Multi Family Homeownership Program) Mott Haven
Stebbins Avenue-Hewitt Place Longwood 2 3 1986
Teller Avenue-East 166th Street Concourse 1 6 91 1972
Throggs Neck Addition Throgs Neck 4 8 and 11 287 September 30, 1971
Throggs Neck Houses Throgs Neck 29 3 and 7 1,185 November 30, 1953
Twin Park East (Site 9) Houses East Tremont 1 14 219 November 30, 1981
Twin Park West (Site 1 and 2) Houses Tremont 1 16 312 September 30, 1974
Union Avenue-East 163rd Street Morrisania 1 9 200 March 31, 1985
Union Avenue-East 166th Street Morrisania 6 3 120 April 30, 1988
University Avenue Rehab Morris Heights 4 6 230 January 31, 1985
Webster Houses Morrisania 5 21 605 September 30, 1965
West Farms Square Rehab East Morrisania 4 6 1915
West Farms Square (Conventional) East Morrisania 1 5 1915
West Farms Square M.H.O.P. (Multi Family Homeownership Program) East Morrisania 2 5 and 6 1915
West Tremont Avenue-Sedgwick Avenue Area Morris Heights 1 11 148 July 31, 1973
West Tremont Rehab (Group 1) Morris Heights 2 5 and 6 97 March 31, 1983
West Tremont Rehab (Group 2) Morris Heights 2 6 99 May 31, 1989
West Tremont Rehab (Group 3) Morris Heights 3 5 88 May 31, 1989

Brooklyn[edit]

Vanderveer Estates Apartments nka Flatbush Gardens [1], Tiffany Towers nka Tivoli Towers [2], Ebbets Field Apartments [3] and Towers of Bay Ridge [4] in Brooklyn, all four includes rent, gas & electric (AC including) in the lease, so it's not projects or developments owned by NYCHA, even though all four take Section 8.

NYCHA Property Neighborhood/Subsection No.# of Buildings No.# of Stories No.# of Apartments Date of Completion Date of Demolition Notes
104-14 Tapscott Street Brownsville 1 4 30 October 31, 1972
303 Vernon Avenue Bedford-Stuyvesant 1 24 234 May 31, 1967
572 Warren Street Boerum Hill 1 6 1971
Albany Houses I Crown Heights 6 14 824 October 2, 1950
Albany Houses II Crown Heights 3 13 and 14 396 January 31, 1957
Armstrong Houses I Bedford-Stuyvesant 11 4 and 6 369 May 31, 1973
Armstrong Houses II Bedford-Stuyvesant 5 5 248 October 31, 1974
Atlantic Terminal Site 4B Fort Greene 1 31 300 April 30, 1976 The tallest residential property owned by NYCHA, reaching 31 stories.
Bayview Houses Canarsie 23 8 1,610 May 31, 1956
Belmont-Sutter Area East New York 3 3 72 February 28, 1986
Bernard Haber Houses Coney Island 3 14 380 June 30, 1965
Berry Street-South 9th Street Williamsburg 4 3 and 6 148 September 30, 1995
Borinquen Plaza I Williamsburg 8 7 509 February 28, 1975
Borinquen Plaza II Williamsburg 7 7 425 December 31, 1975
Boulevard Houses East New York 18 6 and 14 1,436 March 22, 1951
Breukelen Houses Canarsie 30 3 and 7 1,595 October 31, 1952
Brevoort Houses Bedford-Stuyvesant 13 7 894 August 31, 1955[1]
Brown Houses Ocean Hill 2 6 200 July 31, 1985
Brownsville Houses Brownsville 27 6 1,319 April 16, 1948
Bushwick-Hylan Houses Williamsburg 8 13 and 20 1,221 March 31, 1960
Bushwick II & Bushwick CDA Bushwick 5 3 276 December 31, 1986
Carey Gardens Coney Island 3 15 and 17 683 November 30, 1970
Crown Heights Houses Crown Heights 8 4 1910
Coney Island Houses Coney Island 5 14 535 January 31, 1957
Cooper Park Houses East Williamsburg 11 7 699 June 8, 1953
Cypress Hills Houses East New York 15 7 1,442 May 31, 1955
East New York City Line Houses East New York 33 3 63 March 31, 1976
Farragut Houses Downtown Brooklyn 10 3 1,390 April 30, 1952
Fenimore Houses East Flatbush 18 2 36 September 30, 1969
Fiorentino Houses East New York 8 4 160 October 31, 1971
Glenmore Plaza Brownsville 4 10, 18, and 24 438 April 30, 1968
Glenwood Houses Flatlands 20 6 1,187 July 14, 1950
Gowanus Houses Gowanus 14 4, 6, 9 and 13 1,134 June 14, 1949
Gravesend Houses Coney Island 15 7 634 June 30, 1954
Hope Gardens Bushwick 4 7 and 14 324 August 31, 1981
Howard Houses Brownsville 10 7 and 13 814 December 31, 1955
Howard Av. Houses Crown Heights 8 3 1992
Howard Av.-Park Place Crown Heights 8 3 155 August 31, 1994
Independence Towers Williamsburg 6 21 744 October 31, 1965
Ingersoll Houses Fort Greene 20 6 and 11 1,802 February 24, 1944
Johnathan Williams Plaza Williamsburg 5 14 and 21 577 April 15, 1964
Kingsborough Houses-Kingsborough Extension Crown Heights 16 6 1,148 October 31, 1941
Lafayette Gardens Clinton Hill 7 13, 15 and 20 880 July 31, 1962
Langston Hughes Apartments Brownsville 3 22 508 June 30, 1968
Lenox Road-Rockaway Parkway Brownsville 3 4 74 May 31, 1985
Linden Houses East New York 19 8 and 14 1,586 June 30, 1958
Long Island Baptist Houses East New York 4 6 233 June 30, 1981
Louis Heaton Pink Houses East New York 22 8 1,500 September 30, 1959
Marcus Garvey Houses Brownsville 3 6 and 14 321 February 28, 1975
Marcy Houses Bedford-Stuyvesant 27 6 1,705 January 19, 1949
Marcy-Greene Avs. Houses Bedford-Stuyvesant 3 3 1994
Marlboro Houses Gravesend 28 7 and 16 1,765 January 31, 1958
Nostrand Houses Sheepshead Bay 16 6 1,148 December 14, 1950
O'Dwyer Gardens Houses Coney Island 6 15 and 16 573 December 31, 1969
Ocean Hill Apartments Ocean Hill 3 14 236 March 31, 1968
Ocean Hill-Brownsville Ocean Hill-Brownsville 5 4 1910
Palmetto Gardens Bushwick 1 6 115 March 31, 1977
Penn. Av. Rehab. East New York
Penn.-Wortman Avs. Houses East New York 3 8 and 16 336 September 30, 1972
Park Rock Rehab. Crown Heights 9 4 134 February 28, 1986
Prospect Plaza Ocean Hill 4 12 and 15 368 June 30, 1974 Summer of 2014
Ralph Av. Rehab Brownsville 5 4 118 December 31, 1986
Red Hook East Houses Red Hook 27 2 and 6 2,528 November 20, 1939
Red Hook West Houses Red Hook 3 3 and 14 345 May 31, 1955 the location of the 1991 film, Straight Out of Brooklyn
Roosevelt Houses Bedford-Stuyvesant 6 14, 15 and 16 762 September 30, 1964
Rutland Towers East Flatbush 1 6 61 May 31, 1977
Saratoga Square Bedford-Stuyvesant 2 12 and 13 251 November 30, 1980
Seth Low Houses Brownsville 4 17 and 18 536 December 31, 1967
Sheepshead Bay Houses Sheepshead Bay 18 6 1,056 August 8, 1950
Sterling Pl. Rehabs Crown Heights 5 4 83 January 31, 1991
Sumner Houses Bedford-Stuyvesant 13 7 and 12 1,098 April 30, 1958
Stuyvesant Gardens I Bedford-Stuyvesant 5 4 330 August 31, 1972
Stuyvesant Gardens II Bedford-Stuyvesant 1 7 150 February 28, 1986
Surfside Gardens Coney Island 5 14 and 15 597 June 30, 1969
Tapscott St. Rehab Brownsville 8 4 155 January 31, 1986
Tilden Houses Brownsville 8 16 998 June 30, 1961
Tompkins Houses Bedford-Stuyvesant 8 8 and 16 1,048 July 31, 1964
Taylor/Wythe Houses Williamsburg 5 8, 11, 12 and 13 525 June 30, 1974
Unity Plaza East New York 5 6 462 November 30, 1973
Van Dyke Houses Brownsville 22 3 and 14 1,602 May 31, 1955 the location of the 2010 film, Brooklyn's Finest
Vandalia Av. Houses East New York 2 10 289 May 31, 1983
Vernon Houses Bedford-Stuyvesant
Walt Whitman Houses Fort Greene 15 6 and 13 1,636 February 24, 1944
Weeksville Gardens Crown Heights 2 4 and 5 257 April 30, 1974
William Reid Houses East Flatbush 1 20 228 November 30, 1969
Williamsburg Houses Williamsburg 20 4 1,620 April 10, 1938 Oldest public housing development in the borough.
Woodson Houses Brownsville 2 10 and 25 407 August 31, 1970
Wyckoff Gardens Gowanus 3 21 528 December 31, 1966

Queens[edit]

Astoria Houses
The Queensbridge Houses
NYCHA Property Neighborhood/Subsection No.# of Buildings No.# of Stories No.# of Apartments Date of Completion Date of Demolition Notes
Astoria Houses Astoria 22 6 and 7 1,102 November 9, 1951
Baisley Park Houses South Jamaica 5 8 385 April 30, 1961
Beach 41st Street-Beach Channel Drive Houses Far Rockaway 4 13 712 November 30, 1973
Bland Houses Flushing 5 10 400 April 30, 1952
Carleton Manor Arverne 1 11 170 March 31, 1967
Conlon L.I.H.F.E. Towers Jamaica 1 13 216 March 31, 1971
Forest Hills Co-op Houses Forest Hills-Corona 3 12 430 November 30, 1975
Hammel Houses Rockaway Beach 14 6 and 7 712 April 30, 1955
International Tower South Jamaica 1 10 153 May 31, 1983
Latimer Gardens Flushing 4 10 423 September 30, 1970
Ocean Bay Apartments (Bayside) Far Rockaway 24 7 and 9 1,378 September 25, 1961 formerly known as Edgemere Houses
Ocean Bay Apartments (Oceanside) Far Rockaway 7 6 417 February 28, 1951 formerly known as Arverne Houses
Pomonok Houses Flushing 35 3, 7 and 8 2,070 June 30, 1952
Queensbridge Houses (North and South) Long Island City 26 6 3,142 March 15, 1940 the largest public housing complex in the United States. The oldest Public Housing development in Queens
Ravenswood Houses Long Island City 31 6 and 7 2,167 July 31, 1951
Redfern Houses Far Rockaway 9 6 and 7 604 June 1, 1959
Rehab Program College Point
Shelton Houses South Jamaica 1 12 155 October 31, 1978
South Jamaica I Houses South Jamaica 11 3 and 4 440 August 1, 1940
South Jamaica II Houses South Jamaica 16 3 and 7 600 October 25, 1954
Woodside Houses Woodside 20 6 1,358 December 30, 1949

Staten Island[edit]

NYCHA Property Neighborhood/Subsection No.# of Buildings No.# of Stories No.# of Apartments Date of Completion Date of Demolition Notes
Berry Houses Dongan Hills 8 6 506 October 30, 1950
Cassidy-Lafayette Houses Randall Manor 4 6 381 September 30, 1971
Mariners Harbor Houses Mariners Harbor 22 3 and 6 605 August 31, 1954
New Lane Houses Shore Acres 1 10 304 July 31, 1984
Richmond Terrace Houses New Brighton 6 8 489 October 12, 1964
South Beach Houses South Beach 8 6 422 March 20, 1950
Stapleton Houses Stapleton 6 8 693 May 31, 1962
West Brighton Houses West New Brighton 8 8 490 December 31, 1962
Todt Hill Manor Heights 7 6 502 June 1, 1950

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