Housing Preservation and Development

Rendering of Austin 147 (SLCE Architects)

Dunn Development Corp. Secures Financing for 100-Percent Affordable Housing Development at 880 East 147th Street in the South Bronx

Dunn Development Corp. recently secured $37 million in construction financing for Austin 147, an 80-unit supportive and affordable housing block at 880 East 147th Street in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the South Bronx. Developed in collaboration with CAMBA, a Brooklyn-based nonprofit organization, the new property is expected to debut by summer 2021.

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4697 Third Avenue - Curtis + Ginsberg Architects

Bronx Pro Group Reveals Plans for an Affordable, Passive House Project at 4697 Third Avenue in Fordham, The Bronx

Bronx Pro Group and Curtis + Ginsberg Architects have partnered on an eight-story, mixed-use development at 4697 Third Avenue in Fordham, The Bronx. The affordable housing development, which will contain both residential and retail components, will join a number of other projects the two firms have collaborated on in underrepresented neighborhoods of the borough in 2019.

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Rendering of 2126 Mapes Avenue - Curtis + Ginsberg Architects

New Affordable Housing Project Announced at 2126 Mapes Avenue in Belmont, the Bronx

Renderings have been released for 2126 Mapes Avenue, a new six-story building located in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx. The project is being developed in collaboration with Bronx Pro Group and designed by Curtis + Ginsberg Architects. When complete, the building will contain 30 rentals that range from one- to three-bedroom layouts. An affordable housing development, residences are reserved exclusively for individuals and families between 30 percent and 80 percent area median income.

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Photo of Park Avenue Green (Bright Power)

The Country’s Largest Passive Development Brings Affordable Housing to the South Bronx

Park Avenue Green, a new affordable housing community in the South Bronx is officially the largest Passive House development in North America. Defined by a stringent checklist of sustainable requirements, the project’s design reduces the expenditure of energy by incorporating a thoroughly sealed building envelope, advanced ventilation systems, low-energy cooling systems, and rooftop solar panels.

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