Goldstein Hall’s Role

Goldstein Hall’s Role

Goldstein Hall represented The Doe Fund, Inc. as developer’s counsel in connection with the new construction of one hundred twenty-three units of supportive and affordable housing in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn. The low-income units shall be comprised of all 122 units rented to households whose annual household income does not exceed 60% of the New York City Area Median Income (“AMI”). Additionally, 115 of the units will receive project-based Section 8 vouchers from New York City Housing Authority (“NYCHA”); and 41 of those units will be occupied by tenants referred from NYCHA’s waitlist, 69 units will be set aside for formerly homeless tenants with HIV/AIDS referred to the project by the HIV/AIDS Services Administration (“HASA”), and the remaining 5 of those units will be set aside for formerly homeless tenants referred to the project from the Department of Homeless Services.