Those Homeless from East Harlem Explosion Offered 34 Apartments on East Side for Three Months
New York Daily NewsMarch 14, 2014
The Real Estate Board, whose chairman is Rob Speyer, president of Tishman Speyer Properties, helped make the arrangements. So far 55 families, totalling more than 100 people, have sought housing assistance from the city, according to officials.The New Yorkers left homeless by the deadly East Harlem blast are getting a new roof over their heads.
A do-gooder group has found 34 apartments on the East Side where the survivors will be able to bunk for three months while the city housing agencies helps find them permanent homes.