Rockaway Beach Medical Arts Center
A transformative, $25 million, 55,000-square-foot state-of-the-art medical arts complex providing high-quality healthcare services to an underserved low-income community in a Federal Medically Underserved Area in the Rockaways, Queens. The new healthcare facility will fill a significant healthcare void created when Peninsula Hospital closed in 2012 as a direct result of Hurricane Sandy. The facility provides primary and specialty care, an ambulatory surgery center, dialysis, lab, imaging, and physical therapy services with nonprofit as the anchor tenant.
- Estimated 51 construction jobs and 100 FTE permanent jobs
- Healthcare services for approximately 5,000 low-income community members annually
Madison Square Boys and Girls Club
A new, $48 million, 50,000-square-foot youth recreation and academic support center in Central Harlem, Manhattan, one of the most underserved urban neighborhoods in the country. The project will include a 9,700-square-foot gym, commercial kitchen, cafeteria, performing arts studio, and rooftop play area with an enclosed soccer field. The community center fulfills a key Manhattan Community Board 10 needs assessment request and will serve as a community anchor for local youth.
- Estimated 142 construction jobs and 40 FTE permanent jobs
- Community space, recreation facilities and academic support for 450 youth daily and 1,500 youth annually
GMDC Industrial Jobs Center
Renovation of a dilapidated warehouse building into a high-quality, $41 million, 88,000-square-foot small light-industrial business incubator in Ozone Park, Queens. Located in a severely distressed census tract and former manufacturing district, the project will provide long-term, 20% below market rents to approximately 25 small light-industrial businesses in dire need of affordable space and flexible lease rates.
- Estimated 78 construction jobs and 80 FTE permanent jobs
- Dedicated workspace and affordable, flexible lease rates for 25 light-industrial small-businesses
Village Super Market
Renovation of an abandoned and dilapidated former supermarket building into a new, $22 million, 40,000-square-foot grocery store in an NYC FRESH zone in Lower Concourse, Bronx. Located in a severely distressed low-income community in Soundview, Bronx, the project will provide access to healthy foods, accept SNAP benefits, hire from the local community in partnership with BronxWorks, and employ unionized workers.
- Estimated 40 construction jobs and 150 FTE permanent jobs
- Healthy food options for approximately 15,000 low-income community residents annually
Brooklyn Navy Yard Building 127
Renovation of a 3-story, 100,000-square-foot former shipyard building into a $44 million industrial facility on the campus of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The building will be renovated into space for small light-industrial tenants (200 jobs) and creative office space (100 jobs), while also being restored to NPS historic standards and incorporating sustainable LEED building features. Through their nationally recognized Employment Center, the Navy Yard will work closely with project tenants to provide job opportunities for residents of the surrounding communities.
- Estimated 75 construction jobs and 300 FTE permanent jobs
- Dedicated workspace and affordable, flexible lease rates for 200 light-industrial jobs
Bogopa / Food Bazaar BTM Supermarket
$15 million leasehold fit-out of an 80,000 square foot supermarket in a NMTC severely distressed low-income area and NYC FRESH zone. Bogopa Service Corp specializes in providing international food products in ethnically diverse low-income communities in New York City. The new supermarket will provide access to healthy foods, accept SNAP and WIC benefits, hire from the local community and employ over 100 FTE unionized workers. The project will also include a food hall for local food vendors.
- Estimated 50 construction jobs and 100 FTE permanent jobs
- Healthy food options for approximately 35,000 customers annually
CHN East New York Health Clinic
$10.5 million new construction of a 9,500 square foot Federally Qualified Health Clinic (FQHC) in East New York, Brooklyn. Community Healthcare Network (CHN) operates 14 health clinics in low-income communities across New York City. The new project in East New York will replace an existing dilapidated CHN clinic that has served the community for decades, while allowing the clinic to double the number of patients served.
- Increase patient services from 4,400 to 10,500 patients annually
- Project supports 43 total jobs (18 retained and 25 new)