Edelman Sultan Knox Wood Architects

1559 Boone Avenue in Crotona Park East, The Bronx

Permits Filed for 1559 Boone Avenue in Crotona Park East, The Bronx

Permits have been filed for an eight-story affordable housing building at 1559 Boone Avenue in Crotona Park East, The Bronx. Located between East 172nd Street and East 173rd Street, the interior lot is a short walk to the 174 Street subway station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. Nonprofit The Bridge under the 1559 Boone Avenue HDFC Inc. is listed as the owner behind the applications.

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Construction of Mixed-Use 92-23 168th Street Kicks-Off in Jamaica, Queens

Construction is now underway on a sprawling mixed-use development in Jamaica, Queens, designed by architects Edelman Sultan Knox Wood for a multi-agency development team, and Omni New York. Located between Jamaica and Archer Avenues at 92-23 168th Street, the project will debut as “Archer Green” and incorporate residential, retail, commercial, and parking areas.

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1561 Walton Avenue, rendering courtesy Briarwood Organization

Construction Complete for 1561 Walton Avenue, Concourse, The Bronx

Construction has wrapped on an affordable housing project at 1561 Walton Avenue, in The Bronx’s Concourse neighborhood. The 11-story building was a joint development by the Briarwood Organization and the Settlement Housing Fund (SHF), to create 59 affordable apartments for people with an income of 40% to 90% relative to the Area Median Income. The building was designed with the goal of fostering community within open spaces. Briarwood is also responsible for general contracting, while SHF is responsible for development.

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Bedford Green House -- Rendering of 2865 Creston Avenue

Groundbreaking Held for Bedford Green House at 2865 Creston Avenue, Bedford Park, The Bronx

Ground was broken at 2865 Creston Avenue yesterday to mark the beginning of construction on Bedford Green House, a 13-story supportive and affordable housing project in The Bronx’s Bedford Park neighborhood. The development is expected to cost $58.8 million, with almost half financed by the New York City Housing Development Corporation, HDC, under their Extremely Low- and Low-Income Affordability (ELLA) program.

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