Rendering of buildings C and E, by Curtis + Ginsberg Architects

Phase Two Of Marcus Garvey Extension Project Breaks Ground In Brownsville, Brooklyn

Construction has broken ground on phase two of the Marcus Garvey Affordable and Supportive Housing project in Brownsville, Brooklyn. The $204 million project is being executed in collaboration between Services for the UnderServed, the Osborne Association, and L+M Development Partners and will introduce 287 units across three buildings, with 143 units designated for supportive housing.

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Rendering of buildings C & E, courtesy of Curtis + Ginsberg Architects

Funding Secured For Marcus Garvey Extension Phase 2 In Brownsville, Brooklyn

L+M Development Partners and Osborne Association have finalized a $126 million agreement to advance the Marcus Garvey Extension Phase 2 in Brownsville, Brooklyn. This phase of the project will introduce 178 affordable housing units, with 88 specifically designed as supportive housing for individuals transitioning from incarceration, under the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative. Osborne Association will facilitate on-site supportive services.

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Artist Jocelyn Goode’s “The Return of the Horse Whisperers,” on Rockaway Avenue, courtesy of Rubenstein

Public Art Installation Debuts at 326 Rockaway Avenue in Brownsville, Brooklyn

ArtBridge, Slate Property Group, and RiseBoro Community Partnership have introduced “Brownsville Reflections: Past, Present, Future,” a 600-foot-long public art installation at 326 Rockaway Avenue in Brownsville, Brooklyn. Part of the City Canvas pilot program, the exhibition showcases the talents of local artists Jocelyn Goode, Laurent Chevalier, and Sophia Victor on the construction barriers of an upcoming affordable housing project.

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Rendering of Glenmore Manor Apartments

Construction Breaks Ground at 97 Glenmore Avenue in Brownsville, Brooklyn

Construction is now underway at 97 Glenmore Avenue, the site of a forthcoming affordable housing development in Brownsville, Brooklyn. The building will debut as Glenmore Manor led by private real estate company Brisa Builders Development, non-profit community developer African American Planning Commission Inc., and affordable housing owner-developer Lemle & Wolff Companies.

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