Governor Kathy Hochul has announced significant energy-efficient lighting upgrades for One World Trade Center, marking an important step in New York’s commitment to sustainability and energy conservation.
Governor Kathy Hochul
Governor Kathy Hochul and New York City Mayor Eric Adams have unveiled the master plan for the Science Park and Research Campus (SPARC) Kips Bay, a new life sciences hub located on Hunter College’s Brookdale Campus at East 25th Street and First Avenue in Kips Bay. Designed to transform a city block in Manhattan, SPARC Kips Bay is expected to create over 15,000 jobs and generate an economic impact of $42 billion over 30 years.
The Alan and Geraldine Rosenberg Residence, a five-story affordable housing property for seniors, has debuted at 81 South Bergen Place in Freeport, Long Island. Designed by Studio Libeskind for Selfhelp Realty Group, the structure yields 45 individual units, a community room, a rooftop walking path, and an open-air central courtyard.
Local officials and developers recently celebrated the commencement of construction on Sutphin Senior Residence, a 15-story affordable housing property at 97-04 Sutphin Boulevard in Jamaica, Queens. Designed by Bernheimer Architecture and developed by affordable housing developer Breaking Ground, the building will yield 173 apartments reserved for low-income seniors, including 52 supportive housing units for formerly homeless older adults with serious mental illness or substance use disorder.
Local officials and community groups recently celebrated the completion of 645 Main Street, a new affordable housing property in Peekskill, New York. Developed by the Housing Action Council and Wilder Balter Partners, the 82-unit building will be reserved for individuals and households earning between 40 and 80 percent area median income.