Ebenezer Plaza Phase 1-B
Ebenezer Plaza Phase 1-B is a new construction of a residential apartment building, located at 672 Powell Street, containing approximately: 118 affordable units and 2,311 square feet of community facility space and 7,308 square feet of the commercial space.
Ebenezer Plaza Phase 1-A
Archer Green Apartments is a development that will replace Jamaica’s NYPD parking garage with an affordable housing development.
Ebenezer Plaza Development is a three-phased project consisting of two city blocks in the Brownsville Section of Brooklyn, New York.
Tree of Life
The Mount Hope Preservation Apartments was a refinance and rehabilitation of one of New York City’s largest repositioning to date.
Regina Pacis Apartments
The Tree of Life development is a mixed-use, mixed-income, residential-commercial-community development in downtown Jamaica, Queens.
Bishop Philius and Helene Nicolas Senior Residences (BPHN)
Regina Pacis Apartments is an 18-story building that provides low and moderate income housing for seniors.
The Robeson On Lenox
The Bishop Philius and Helen Nicolas (BPHN) Senior Residence project will consist of 88 studio units.
The Robeson on Lenox is a mixed-use building in Harlem expected to have 79 affordable residential units across 72,108 square feet.
Harry T. Nance
This $43 million dollar Brooklyn, NY Real Estate Project that will be the catalyst in the revitalization of Brooklyn, including 33 units that contain 359 units of affordable housing.
695 GRAND STREET
The former site of True Holy Church in Ocean Hill, Brooklyn, will house a 67-unit affordable apartment building.
545 E. 166 TERRACES
Provides 38 affordable units developed by St. Nicks Alliance and designed by Magnusson Architecture and Planning.
Addicts Rehabilitation Center
Twin Brothers and SOBRO were able to jointly provide another 41 affordable housing units in the Bronx, with eight if those units being set aside for veterans.
TUCKER VIEW PROJECT
Addicts Rehabilitation Center Fund Inc 1881 Park Avenue, New York, NY
This project is a 42-unit residential development over both parking and commercial uses. It consists of 2 buildings along Bergen Street in the heart of the South Ward of Newark, New jersey.
The New York Acquisition Fund closed on the financing of two vacant parcels located at 411 & 413 Lennox Avenue in Central Harlem.