This 6-story, 89-unit complex provides housing and supportive services for low-income residents and for recently-released hospital psychiatric patients to receive treatment and live more independently.
NYC Dept. of Housing Preservation & Development
NYS Homes and Community Renewal
Architectural design, project management, and construction administration
A 6-story supportive housing building sponsored by Woodhull Hospital and the NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation, with 53,225 sq. ft. of community facility space and 89 single room occupancy units, averaging just over 350 sq. ft. The complex is built on the Woodhull Hospital campus in northern Bed-Stuy, between Flushing and Park Avenues, and occupies a separate tax lot.
There are 55 units designated for psychiatric patients recently released from Woodhull Hospital and 36 units for low-income residents. The cellar and ground floors have offices for administration and social services provided by the nonprofit Comunlife. The ground floor also has a dining room and kitchen, a computer room, and 9 apartments. A laundry room, tenants’ storage room, and bicycle storage are provided in the cellar. The upper floors have 16 units each.
Construction is scheduled to begin on 5/20/17. Completion is expected by 12/20/18.