Developers who managed six public housing buildings put residents fears to rest about how private management would treat them, according to a report to be released tomorrow.

The Wall Street Journal reviewed an advanced copy of the report, conducted by the Citizens Housing and Planning Council, and noted that in 2016, 80 percent of tenants in the privately-managed buildings rated the quality of housing as good or excellent, compared to 35 percent who did the same for housing managed by the New York City Housing Authority.

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