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  • Health-Oriented Low Income Community Opens in the Bronx

    A 124-unit asset with a hydroponic farm opened yesterday in the Bronx. The Arbor House is part of New York's New Housing Marketplace Plan, and was developed by Les Bluestone.

    National 22 February 2013 20:23
  • Green Affordable Housing Building Opens in the Bronx

    A new low-income, eco-friendly residential building in the Bronx was officially opened on February 21 during a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA). Located at 770 East 166th Street at Tinton Avenue in Morrisania, the nearly $38 million project was built by Blue Sea Development on land that was purchased from NYCHA at below market value.

    New York 22 February 2013 17:30

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