At the beginning of August, the Yonkers Industrial Development Agency voted to approve financial incentives for a pair of affordable senior housing projects around the city. Together, the projects represent a $22.4 million investment and will support over 170 apartments for low-income seniors.
The Community Lending and Investment division of Wells Fargo has reached a new milestone, $780.3 million in construction financing for affordable housing projects in New York City and Westchester County. The figure represents five loans, all closed in June 2023, the company’s largest-ever half-cycle allocation.
The Yonkers Panning Board is now considering proposals from Kearney Realty & Development Group to construct a new affordable housing project at 21-23 Park Avenue in Yonkers. The project is known as The Abbey and includes the construction of a new apartment building and a renovation of the Ethan Flagg House and Blessed Sacrament Monastery. Both properties are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Yonkers Industrial Development Agency has approved a financial incentives package for Ginsburg Development Companies to complete Ludlow Point, a new, multi-phase rental property. Located at 150 Downing Street near Yonkers‘ waterfront edge, the first phase of development includes a seven-story building with 208 apartments and a 229-vehicle parking garage on two lower levels.
The Yonkers Industrial Development Agency has approved financial incentives for the Miroza Tower, a 25-story residential building at 44 Hudson Street in the city’s downtown. Designed by INOA Architecture, the structure will yield 267 rental apartments, a collection of amenity spaces, and 1,699 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor.