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New Bronx Affordable and Supportive Housing

Ground was broken on The Grand affordable housing project in Mount Hope, the Bronx on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. (Credit: Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Office)

 

An article in amNew York covered the ground-breaking for ‘The Grand’, an affordable housing project in Mount Hope, that will offer support for formerly homeless people and those with mental illnesses.

The project is part of Governor Cuomo’s five-year $20 billion plan to create affordable housing and supportive housing units for vulnerable New Yorkers.

Read the full January 9, 2018 story by Lauren Cook on AMNEW YORK…

Read the Governor’s Press Release…. 

 

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