HPD Announces Plans for Two Mixed-Use Affordable Housing Developments on City-Owned Sites in Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen

The new buildings will provide affordable housing, space for businesses, and social services from partnering non-profits in the Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen community. On February 13, 2019, Department of Housing Preservation and Development Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer announced the selection of development teams to build approximately 260 affordable housing units on two City-owned sites in the Clinton and Hell’s Kitchen neighborhoods of Midtown Manhattan. The sites were identified for development into affordable housing through the Hudson Yards Plan<Read More>


New East New York Development to Renovate Shelter and Create Affordable Housing

The new development proposes services for both residents and the greater East New York community. On October 16, 2019, the City Planning Commission voted to approve a land use application to develop four mixed-use buildings in East New York, Brooklyn. The lot is bounded by Sutter Avenue to the north, Blake Avenue to the south, Snediker Avenue to the west, and Hinsdale Street to the east. To facilitate the new 387,100 square feet development, the … <Read More>


City Planning Commission Hears Plans For Mixed-Use Building In Clinton Hill

Vacant land to be improved with mixed-use building. On May 23, 2018, the City Planning Commission held a public hearing on a mixed-use project on 1019 Fulton Street in Brooklyn by the applicant team led by the Department of Housing Preservation and Development in a public-private partnership with Fulton Star LLC. The project will bring 50 mixed-income rental units to the Clinton Hill area with 15 of those units as permanently affordable. The project will … <Read More>