High hopes for the new NYCHA boss, opposing petitions on homeless shelters, & more

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The newly appointed NYCHA boss, Gregory Russ, will be paid an unprecedented $400,000 to fix the city's public housing (The City via NY Daily News)

Paul Manafort’s government-seized Trump Tower condo is on the market for $3,600,000 (Realtor)

Opposing petitions are being circulated about the city’s plan to open two homeless shelters in Park Slope (Brooklyn Paper)

NYC may lose one its last single-screen movie theaters as The Paris, in Midtown, is expected to close this summer (Deadline)

84 studio apartments are available via the housing lottery for low-income seniors on the Lower East Side (NYC Housing Connect)

A giant graffiti exhibition opens this week in Williamsburg (Brooklyn Eagle)