A 10-story building that will offer housing for formerly homeless adults is taking shape at 316 East 162nd Street, in the Concourse Village section of the South Bronx.
A seven-story, 11-unit supportive housing project is currently rising at 166 East 100th Street, on the southern side of East Harlem, DNAinfo reports. The building will measure 10,060 square feet and should boast relatively large units, which will eventually house the formerly homeless. Urban Pathways is expected to run and own the the facility upon completion. Extell Development is building the housing in an effort to obtain a zoning bonus for an undisclosed project within Community Board 11’s district. Extell acquired the Pathmark store at 160 East 125th Street for $39 million last year; it closed in November.