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  • Supportive Housing Coming to Brooklyn

    Comunilife and NYC Health + Hospitals broke ground on a $28 million, 89-unit community that will provide housing to low-income residents and individuals with behavioral health issues.

    New York 22 August 2017 13:57
  • Financing Affordable Communities in NY

    James Dittbrenner, managing director at Sterling Bank, discusses the process behind a bank's decision to finance affordable housing projects such as the Newburgh CORe Neighborhood Revitalization in Orange County, N.Y.

    New York 02 May 2017 14:55

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