Low Income Housing In Bed-Stuy Gets $9.4M Makeover

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A $9.4 million project to renovate 36 units for low-income and formerly homeless families in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn opened in June, providing affordable housing and supportive services to longtime residents of the neighborhood. The project was funded by Enterprise Community Partners, Low Income Investment Fund, the New York State Housing Trust Fund, and the Housing Preservation and Development Department. Read more in the Bed-Stuy Patch