Governor Cuomo has announced to developers that will provide Brooklyn apartments 2700

Governor Cuomo has announced that it has selected a construction contractor, who will have to implement 2,700 housing units in Central Brooklyn initiative Brooklyn Vital. Housing is intended for residents whose income is less than 80% of the average income. A significant number of apartments will be oriented to seniors, people with disabilities, and families struggling with homelessness.

Conventionally, developers can be divided into several groups. The first group, consisting of Community Partnership RiseBoro, Apex Building Company, L+M Development Partner and Services for the Underserved (SUS), were selected for the reconstruction of the former Brooklyn development center. It is planned to create more than 2,400 housing units. 45% is for households who earn less than 50% of median income. In addition, 207 units will be for former homeless people and families, and 156 for the elderly.

The next participant of the program — CAMBA — will create a complex of 57 apartments. To the third belongs gruppe collaboration MDG Design + Construction, Smith & Henzy Advisory Group and Foundling Group Brookdale Hospital. There will be 152 apartments. Special attention will be paid to persons with disabilities. And finally, a non-profit Federation of Organizations build 119 flats for the elderly.

In addition to the recently announced winners were released information about finding developers to create affordable housing in Central Brooklyn in the amount of 4,000 units.