At the time of its construction closing, Hope East of Fifth was the largest resyndication project ever funded by NYC Housing Development Corporation and The City of New York, acting by and through its Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
This East Harlem project is a development in an urban “hot zone” where New York City Mayor deBlasio and Council, as well as other government officials and community boards, are actively involved and invested in the outcome and impact of the project.
695 Grand Street, located in the East Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, is a 51-unit affordable housing project that will have a mix of studios, one-, two- and three-bedrooms, with 41 units set aside for low- to moderate-income families.
Mastermind Management Ltd., a privately held real estate development company based in the Bronx, developed this mixed-use project on Featherbed Lane in the Morris Heights section of the Bronx.
Covington Garrett Intergenerational Home in Jamaica, Queens is only the second “grandparents” affordable housing project in New York State, and only one of a handful across the country.
After more than four decades since its initial proposal, the long-awaited Matinecock Court is coming to fruition. Positioned at the northwest corner of Elwood Road and Pulaski Road, this project aims to offer 146 limited-equity cooperative homes.
Goldstein Hall clients Mercy Home for Children, Inc. and Procida Development Group LLC (PDG) joined forces to build an eleven-story mixed-use building at 487 4th Avenue in the recently-rezoned Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, which Project closed on financing in 2023 and construction will be completed in 2025.
Glenmore Manor is a mixed-use development that will provide 233 residential units for low-income seniors and families, and formerly homeless households, as well as approximately 20,000 square feet of commercial and community facility space known as the B’Ville Hub
2435 Pacific Street represents a substantial $171 million development project encompassing a 10-story structure with a total of 236 affordable apartments. Among these apartments, 142 are equipped with supportive services, and there is an accompanying 7,000-square-foot commercial space designated for use by the Love Fellowship Tabernacle Church.
Goldstein Hall client RiseBoro Community Partnership Inc., and Slate Property Group, joined forces to develop a transformative affordable housing Project: the conversion of the JFK Hilton Hotel into 318 permanently affordable housing units with on-site support services for low-income and formerly homeless persons.
Courtlandt Manor is a new construction 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) development project located in the Bronx, New York. This project consists of twenty-three (23) units of affordable housing and community facility space.
West Harlem Cluster is a substantial rehabilitation 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) development project located in New York, New York. This project consists of one hundred twenty (120) units of affordable housing and three (3) commercial units across five multi-family residential buildings.