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East House New York Breaks Ground on Canal Commons

Sep.29.2022

On September 21st, East House joined elected officials and project partners to break ground on a new affordable and supportive housing residence, Canal Commons. When complete, Canal Commons will create 123 new affordable apartments, including 70 supportive units, in Rochester. Onsite services will be provided by East House, funded by the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative (ESSHI) administered through NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH).

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Community Access Breaks Ground on Baez Place

Aug.29.2022

Surrounded by elected officials, funders, and development partners, Community Access hosted a joyful groundbreaking on the morning of August 10th for Baez Place, its new affordable and supportive housing building in the Bronx.

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Citizen Advocates Breaks Ground on Harison Place

Aug.02.2022

On July 19th, Citizen Advocates joined project and government partners to break ground on a new affordable/supportive housing residence, Harison Place. When complete it will create 40 new units of affordable housing – 20 of which will be supportive – in Malone, New York. Citizen Advocates will provide onsite services funded by the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative (ESSHI) through New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH).

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The Bridge Breaks Ground on Bridge Rockaway

May.19.2022

On May 17th, The Bridge, together with Mega Contracting and Greenpoint Manufacturing & Design Center (GMDC), gathered to celebrate the literal groundbreaking for a groundbreaking new development - Bridge Rockaway - that combines 174 affordable apartments including 87 supportive with manufacturing space for up to 12 local businesses who will lease the space for below market rents. 

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Bethesda House Breaks Ground on Cara House

May.03.2022

On April 12th, Bethesda House joined government partners to break ground on Cara House, a permanent supportive and emergency housing for formerly homeless individuals. Located in Schenectady, Cara House will include 26 units of permanent supportive housing and 11 affordable units, with 16 emergency beds for adults experiencing homelessness and those re-entering the community from incarceration. Bethesda House will provide on-site services funded through the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative (ESSHI). 

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Elmcor Youth & Adult Activities Breaks Ground on New Queens Affordable/Supportive Housing Residence

May.03.2022

On April 14th, Elmcor Youth & Adult Activities, Inc (Elmcor) joined government and project partners to break ground on a new affordable and supportive housing residence. Elmcor will provide services funded by NYC 15/15. 

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HELP USA Breaks Ground on HELP ONE Buildings A & B

Feb.28.2022

On a brisk February 24th, HELP USA joined project partners to break ground on HELP ONE buildings A and B. Once complete, HELP ONE will be a four-building affordable and supportive housing residence with over 500 affordable and supportive apartments. Buildings A and B will create 255 of the units, 154 of which are supportive for youth, individuals and families who have experienced homelessness. Supportive services will be provided by HELP though the NYC 15/15 Program.

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Homeward NYC Breaks Ground on Central Harlem Apartments

Nov.30.2021

On November 4, Homeward NYC joined co-developers Azimuth Development Group and Type A Projects along with partners and elected officials to break ground on Homeward Central Harlem, a new supportive housing residence providing homes to 50 formerly homeless LGBTQ young adults. The nine-story building with 50 fully-furnished studio apartments will be located on W. 118th Street.

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DePaul Breaks Ground on Veddersburg Apartments

Aug.05.2021

On July 22nd, DePaul joined development and government partners as well as elected officials to break ground on Veddersburg Apartments, a new affordable/supportive residence providing 62 homes to a mix of individuals with mental health diagnoses and local income-eligible households. 

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Community Access Breaks Ground on River Avenue

Nov.02.2020

On a rainy October 29th, elected officials and funding and development partners joined Community Access for the groundbreaking of 1159 River Avenue. The residence will have 245 affordable and supportive units - 148 supportive - for individuals living with mental health concerns, individuals and families with histories of homelessness, and low income families. 

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