This is pretty cool. A reader sent in a photo of this affordable housing project at 550 Watkins Street in Brownsville that is being developed by CPC Resources and East Brooklyn Congregations. Actually, it consists of 13 four-story rental buildings. Here’s the description from the the GC’s website: “The majority of the units in the project will be made affordable to families earning 60% of the Area’s Median Income. The project will have 35 one-bedroom units, 57 two-bedroom units, and 11 three bedroom units.” Update: There’s more info on the project on this page of the HPD website. GMAP
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