Some NYCHA tenants in Manhattan are fighting to save their homes -- following the city's plan to sell portions of the development to a private developer.

Residents at the Robert Fulton Houses in Chelsea held a rally at the community center to denounce the move.

Last month, the de Blasio administration confirmed plans to let a private developer build a mixed-income building on the city-owned land.

Thirty percent of the new units will be designed to be affordable for public housing residents.

The rest will be priced at market rate.

The new structure will go up after demolishing two buildings within the Fulton Houses.

"Our home, I mean I don't want to lose it. Where are we gonna go? That's what I tell everybody, if we don't stick together, they're gonna take it from us and I don't want them to take it," one protester said.

Before the demolition happens, the city says two new structures will be built in the development's parking lot to house the displaced residents.