The project will consist of a 198 unit new construction multifamily affordable housing development on privately owned vacant parcels.
Mount Hope Preservation Apartments was an ambitious refinance and rehabilitation and one of New York City’s largest repositioning to date.
Binghamton Gateway is a 37-unit affordable housing project, developed by First Ward Action Council, Inc.
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.
1345 Rogers Avenue is an 8-story affordable rental building located in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn.
Tremont Renaissance is a new construction development on several lots of a privately owned site in the East Tremont neighborhood of The Bronx.
The Canaan House Project consists of the acquisition and rehabilitation of a twenty (20) story building located in Manhattan, New York City.
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.
Residents of 244-46 Elizabeth Street have waited many years for the former landlord and the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development to make improvement and repairs.
Quadrant Properties is a major rehabilitation of a distressed portfolio of 23 buildings containing more than 600 apartments in the South 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.