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Jersey City, NJ
Our ambitious plan for the YMCA complex includes substantial rehabilitation of a quality supportive housing resource and construction of a new, mixed-income residence on currently underutilized space.
In the late 1990’s, TCB acquired the Jersey City YMCA complex and redeveloped the recreational facility into residential buildings, Bergenview Apartments & Fairview Heights, both essential supportive housing resources for communities in Jersey City.
This multiphase renovation plan of the former YMCA campus safeguards a community asset and preserves critical housing and support for formerly homeless residents. The redevelopment includes conversion of the existing SRO units to 111 studio apartments, construction of Fairview Heights, a new residential tower with 92 mixed-income apartments, and restoration of the historic pool building as a commercial or community facility.
For over ten years, TCB has been working on an ambitious revitalization effort that addresses vacancies, abandonment, and disinvestment in Schenectady’s Hamilton Hill neighborhood. The Hillside View and Hillside Crossing projects – a combination of historic rehabilitation and new construction – provide area residents quality affordable housing, commercial amenities and community service facilities
(including Albany Barn’s Electric City Barn, and a maker space for artists/community members to collaborate on creative projects). The developments, a coordinated effort by city, county and state, will help ensure a safe and healthy entrance into the Hamilton Hill neighborhood as well as support future economic opportunities.
A newly constructed 10-story, mixed-used building with 178 residential units, Park Haven provides residents with stable housing, health and wellness amenities, and economic opportunity. Located in the Bronx’s Mott Haven neighborhood, the project includes on-site management, a fitness center,
landscaped terrace, and designated spaces for hosting workforce development initiatives. 50 of the building’s units are reserved for chronically homeless families. Close to public schools and transportation, Park Haven is WELL certified and designed to meet Passive House Standards.