880 New Apartments To Be Built In Brownsville On Three City Owned Sites

New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development announced several updates on commitments made in the Brownsville Plan, which include development plans for over 880 units to be built on three City-owned sites identified through the Brownsville Request for Proposals (RFP), as well as the installation of innovative, community-driven streetscape upgrades to improve public safety as identified through the NYCx Co-Lab Challenge: Safe and Thriving Nighttime Corridors.

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Brownsville Will Get Nearly 900 New Affordable Apartments

Nearly 900 affordable homes are set to be built over three separate sites in Brownsville, Brooklyn, the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development announced on Thursday. All three projects will rise on city-owned land and be open to New Yorkers with a range of incomes. Each of these developments will also address critical needs in the neighborhood like economic development, arts and culture, and health.

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