15 Oct 2021

City Approves 360-Unit Affordable Housing Project On Staten Island

City Approves 360-Unit Affordable Housing Project On Staten Island
Rendering by Secchi Smith

A 360-unit affordable housing complex is coming to Staten Island’s North Shore, the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development announced Wednesday.

Monadnock Development, the nonprofit Sisters of Charity Housing Development Corporation and The Master Group submitted the winning proposal for the city-owned site, a vacant lot south of Hannah Street on part of a 35-acre decommissioned U.S. Navy base in the borough’s Stapleton neighborhood. Bernheimer Architects and Starr Whitehouse will serve as the architects for the project.

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