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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We are powerful because people like you have stepped up to join the fight. We need your help leading contract campaigns, organizing non-union workers, and taking political action. If you’re interested in joining the fight and getting important union updates, fill out the contact information below:

More NEWS

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Building Workers Protest Chelsea Gentrification
About 50 building workers protested outside 520 West 23rd Street on Thursday, August 28, 2014 because they say that the residential condo board’s refusal... Read More »
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Apartment Building Workers Seek Raises, Preserved Benefits
Raises, health care and pensions are talking points in new contract negotiations between the Hudson Valley's apartment building workers union and building owners. Read More »

Our Opinion

Good Jobs in Astoria Cove
We've launched a campaign with our brothers and sisters in the construction trades about a massive luxury tower that an irresponsible developer wants to building in Astoria, Queens. Read More »
It’s Time to March on Sept. 23!
The contract for Hudson Valley residential workers expires soon and we need YOU to get involved to win a good contract. Read More »
Tentative Agreement Reached!
Today we are proud to say we have made it a little easier for our 30,000 members – skilled, hard-working people living in communities across the city and taking care of millions of New Yorkers – to make this great city our home.

After weeks of negotiation, we have come to a residential contract... Read More »
A High Line for the People
In a neighborhood where the very air sells for $500 a square foot, full-time workers should not be getting poverty wages.

The 2005 rezoning of Chelsea brought the promise of economic development, an innovative new park and affordable housing. That promise has not been kept.

Instead, skyrocketing rents along the High Line has driven a wedge... Read More »