Governor Hochul Announces $145 Million Awarded to 21 Developments Across New York to Provide Nearly 1,200 Affordable Homes
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced more than $145 million has been awarded to create or preserve 1,178 affordable homes in 21 separate developments across New York. The funding announced today will further pandemic recovery efforts, fight homelessness, help close the digital divide for lower income households, and expand access to safe and sustainable affordable housing opportunities that advance the state’s clean energy goals.
“This $145 million investment renews our commitment to creating and preserving the safe, healthy and affordable homes that New Yorkers deserve,” Governor Hochul said. “Our best strategy for recovery from the pandemic is ensuring that everyone has a solid roof over their head and access to the services they need to remain securely housed. With the inclusion of additional resources for clean energy development and requiring free broadband access, we are building back better than before by creating housing that promises a stronger, greener and more equitable New York today and for the future.”
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