The benefits we win come from us being strong together in the union.

~ Yeny Nuñez, 32BJ Member, Connecticut

Residential

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Welcome to 32BJ SEIU Residential

More than 30,000 of 32BJ members are doormen, building maintenance workers, and superintendents working to make apartment buildings clean, safe, and welcoming to the people who call them home. While we’re concentrated in New York City, we also work in New York’s Hudson Valley, northern New Jersey, and Washington, D.C.

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More NEWS

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Upper East Side Doorman, On Job for Last Half Century, Shows No Signs of Stopping
Manoel Teixeira has been greeting residents of 120 E. 90th. St. for as long as there has been a door here. Read More »
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NYC Lets Luxury Building Owners Stiff Workers and Still Get a Tax Break
City regulators haven’t enforced a 2007 law that requires doormen, janitors and other service workers at taxpayer-subsidized apartment buildings to be paid wages comparable... Read More »

Our Opinion

Juan Is Free!
We are overjoyed to announce that after two weeks of detention, Juan Vivares is home with his family! Read More »
Residential Workers in the Bronx Need Our Support
Phipps Houses, the city’s largest non-profit affordable housing developer, has not fulfilled its moral obligations to support working class New Yorkers. Read More »
Member’s Husband Detained by ICE
We need you to join us in calling for Juan Vivares’ immediate release and for him to be permitted to remain in the country with his family. Read More »
Remembering Our Union Brother Miguel Gonzalez
Last week as a winter storm hit our region hard we tragically lost one of our residential brothers in New York City, Miguel Gonzalez, who died in an accident while shoveling snow at his building on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Read More »