Groundbreaking for Flatbush Affordable Housing Build


    A groundbreaking was scheduled this morning for a two-building affordable and supportive housing project on the grounds of the Kings County Hospital Center in Flatbush. The $68 million project, which the nonprofit CAMBA is spearheading, will consist of two LEED silver-rated buildings with a total of 209 units. Around three-quarters of the apartments will be rented to formerly homeless people or those with special needs, while the rest will go to low-income families. The developers hope that by building it on an underused portion of the hospital grounds it will benefit the tenants in terms of access to healthcare. It’s expected to be finished next fall. GMAP
    Rendering by Harden Van Arnam Architects PLLC

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