Sugar Hill Development / Adjaye Associates | October 5, 2015

Sugar Hill is a new mixed-use development in Manhattan’s historic Sugar Hill district of Harlem that will feature affordable housing, early education programs and a new cultural institution. Initiated by non-profit developer of supportive housing, Broadway Housing Communities (BHC), and generated by a tight budget as well as the exacting parameters of the site, the concept challenges the traditional typology.


Community-service award for Burton Towers developer

Times Herald-Record | September 30, 2015

Four years ago, the choices facing Burton Towers residents and City of Newburgh code enforcement officials varied between awful and worse.

For upper-floor residents of the 126-unit, eight-story apartment complex for seniors and the disabled, oft-broken elevators meant remaining trapped on their floors or braving the building’s stairs.

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Rye Manor, on Theall Road, Remains Affordable Housing Thru 2045 | July 23, 2015

Mountco Construction and Development Corp. (Mountco) today announced a major milestone in its Rye Manor project, ensuring the preservation of 100 affordable housing units for Rye seniors through 2045. Mountco also announced a $1 million payment to the Rye Interfaith Housing Corporation. This is in addition to $1 million that Mountco has already paid to Rye Interfaith to fund operating costs and provide seed money for local affordable housing developments.

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Affordable housing units in Rye preserved through 2045

LOHUD The Journal News | July 22, 2015

Officials will celebrate the preservation of 100 units of affordable housing at Rye Manor on Theall Road Thursday, when the project’s developer will present a $1 million check to the nonprofit Rye Interfaith Housing Corp., which first developed the complex and sponsored the renovation.

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