- Location: New York City
- Number of Units: 23 low-income rental apartments, street level retail
- Total Development Cost: $7 million
- Status: Construction completed September 2006
Bradhurst Apartments, in New York City’s Bradhurst Urban Renewal Area, is a seven-story, newly constructed building at the corner of West 148th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Bradhurst Apartments was developed in partnership with Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc. (HCCI), which is the long-term owner of the property.
Of this low-income housing credit development’s 23 rental units, 30 percent are designated for formerly homeless households. Bradhurst Apartments also incorporates 4,000 square feet of retail space (now completely occupied).
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