Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that construction is underway on a $67 million supportive and affordable housing project in the Bronx. The building being constructed, part of a larger mixed-use development known as La Central, will create 160 units of housing, including 97 supportive units for formerly homeless New Yorkers with special needs.
Announcement Complements Governor Cuomo’s Commitment to Revitalizing Buffalo’s East Side. Funding for the HELP Buffalo II includes $1.9 million from New York State Homes and Community Renewal’s Housing Trust Fund Corporation and $743,700 in Low-Income Housing Tax Credits that will produce more than $7.4 million in equity for the project.
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NewState Budget Makes Groundbreaking Investment in Affordable Housing The recently enacted state budget delivered .5 billion for affordable housing, putting us well on our way to fund Governor Cuomo’s $20 billion comprehensive, five-year plan to create or preserve 100,000 new affordable and 6,000 supportive housing units across the State.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the construction of VOC Liberty Landing in Rochester, a new $10.4 million affordable housing development that will create 33 affordable and supportive homes for veterans and families, with 10 reserved for veterans with disabilities.
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SUNY Cortland 2018-19 Theatre Schedule Announced 08/28/2018. SUNY Cortland’s 2018-19 theatre season opens with a musical that will take audiences back in time to the era when the College was founded. “Annie Get Your Gun” will premiere on Friday, Oct. 5, the night of SUNY Cortland.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that construction has begun on a $37 million affordable and supportive housing development in the Town of Cheektowaga. Upon completion, Apple Blossom Apartments will have 110 affordable apartments, with 48 reserved for individuals with mental illness who will have access to supportive services onsite.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the groundbreaking of a $13.8 million project to construct the West Street Apartments, a 42-unit apartment building that will provide affordable housing for low-income working families as well as supportive services for formerly homeless families in Utica’s Cornhill neighborhood.