New York Construction Report New York City officials have announced the selection of eight Minority-and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (M/WBE) teams to lead the construction of six new 100 percent affordable housing developments on vacant city-owned land. The developments will include about
City Realty Mayor de Blasio's Housing New York initiative to develop more affordable housing throughout the city will bring a total of 183 units for seniors and low- to moderate-income households to 1921 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn. Dabar Development Partners and
The Architect’s Newspaper The 25,762 square-foot site will be transformed into a mixed-use project with 183 affordable homes for seniors, and low- and moderate-income households. The project will feature a community facility operated by Oko Farms and NHS. A new fresh
NYC Housing Preservation and Development 1921 Atlantic Avenue, in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, will be developed two M/WBE firms, Dabar Development Partners and Thorobird Companies. The 25,762 square-foot site will be transformed into a mixed-use project with 183 affordable homes for seniors, and
Mayor Bill De Blasio Announces M/WBE Firms Win Bids To Build Hundreds Of Affordable Homes At Six City-Owned Sites
NYC Housing Preservation and Development Mayor Bill de Blasio, Deputy Mayor for Strategic Policy Initiatives Richard Buery and Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Commissioner Vicki Been today announced the selection of eight Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprise teams to
Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces M/WBE Firms Win Bids to Build Hundreds of Affordable Homes at Six City-Owned Sites
City of New York Office of the Mayor City land in three boroughs to become 100 percent affordable housing M/WBE projects; developments include space for a local farm, leadership academy, LGBT community center, tech incubator.