The Housing Partnership Development Corporation from 1982 to the Present

1982-10-24 00:00:00

David Rockefeller Cities Goals for Housing Plan

Soon after the creation of the Housing Partnership, its Chairman, David Rockefeller, announces that he plans on starting 5,000 units of middle-income housing projects within a year and building 30,000 units over the following five years. This housing will be targeted to households with incomes between $15,000 and $45,000 a year and will be supported at the state and federal levels.

1983-02-13 00:00:00

After nearly 20 years Columbia Gardens adds 24 condominiums and 7,300 square feet of retail space to a historic part of Brooklyn at Carroll Gardens

Kathryn Wylde, the Housing Partnership’s President and CEO, is proud to provide housing and economic development opportunities to an historic area of Brooklyn. The $9.1 million dollar mixed-use development that started nearly 20 years ago will be made available to families earning $36,000 to $75,000 a year.

1983-04-22 00:00:00

About Real Estate: City Housing Partnership gets marketing Specialist

The Housing Partnership hired a New York City-based real estate consultant named Alvin Preiss to develop a marketing campaign. Previously, he had directed marketing campaigns for upper middle class and very wealthy residential developments.

1983-11-01 00:00:00

Mayor Ed Koch

Speaking on behalf of the New York City Partnership

1984-01-29 00:00:00

Housing Partnership Begins in the Middle

Despite much skepticism, the Housing Partnership has made progress in its goal to build 5,000 homes and rehabilitate 25,000 apartments for middle income families in New York City. Construction on HPDC’s first project is about to commence. The project is located in the neighborhood of Windsor Terrace, comprising 17 two-family homes in Brooklyn. The project will cost around $112,500.

1984-08-27 23:42:16

Windsor Terrace Development

- 17 two-family homes - Financed by Chemical (Now Chase) Bank - Completed 1984 - Developers: Mehrberg/Lee/Hoffman = Neighborhood Builder

1984-11-09 00:00:00

About Real Estate: Brownstone Look Returning in Fort Greene Project

Construction is scheduled to begin in December 1984 on a project in Brooklyn where HPDC is collaborating with HUD and the City as part of the New Homes program. The project builder is Shnay Construction Company of Queens and the architect is Beyer Blinder Belle of Manhattan. The completed project will include 98 condominiums in 13 buildings, each being three and one-half stories in the traditional brownstone style. The buildings are located on four vacant city-owned sites on Fulton Street, Gates Avenue and Adelphi Street. The development’s construction will cost about $91,500 per unit can be purchased for approximately $67,000 per unit. Eligible buyers are households that have an income of no more than $48,000 per year. This is the 6th project of the goal to construct 5,000 owner-occupied housing units for the City’s moderate- to middle-income buyers by the end of 1987.

1985-11-01 00:00:00

Springfield Gardens Completed

Springfield Gardens is a Queens development for middle income households. The development was completed in 1988 and includes 33 two-family houses. The project developers were Norman, Harold and Eli Bluestone.

1987-11-01 00:00:00

Fort Greene Completed

This Housing Partnership development is located in Brooklyn and is comprised of 13 brownstone-style buildings containing 98 condominiums. The development site was previously vacant city-owned land on Fulton Street, Gates Avenue and Adelphi Street.

1987-11-01 00:00:00

Towers on the Park Completed

This previously vacant site, an Urban Renewal Site in Harlem across from Central Park, was transformed into a 600-unit apartment building.

The Housing Partnership Development Corporation from 1982 to the Present

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