Camba Gardens

Two LEED silver-rated buildings located on property owned by the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation will provide 209 units of affordable housing for low income families, some of which will be reserved for individuals and families with special needs. Project financing is provided by the New York State Housing Finance Agency, New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, the New York State Homeless Housing and Assistance Program, Federal Home Loan Bank, TD Bank, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, the Brooklyn Borough President, and an equity investment by Enterprise Community Partners in exchange for the low income housing tax credits generated by the project.

Navy Green R3

The first building in the multi-phase Navy Green development, located across the street from the Brooklyn Navy Yard, will provide affordable rental units to low-income tenants. Capital financing is being provided by the New York City Housing Development Corporation, JPMorgan Chase Bank, and an investment in exchange for the low income housing tax credits generated by the project, made by JPMorgan Capital Corporation.

Dumont Green

This 8-story building in East New York, Brooklyn contains 176 units for low income families. The project incorporates green technologies, including the largest solar photovoltaic energy system to date on a multifamily building in New York City. Financing was provided by the New York City Housing Development Corporation, the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, Brooklyn Borough President, Bank of America, N.A. and an investment from The Richman Group on behalf of Bank of America in exchange for the low income housing tax credits generated by the project.

Cedar Avenue

This Brooklyn development provides affordable housing with on-site case management and ancillary support services for 105 households, including 55 formerly homeless individuals with chronic mental illness. Financing for the project is provided by New York State Housing Finance Agency, New York State Housing Trust Fund, the New York State Office of Mental Health and an investment from The Richman Group in exchange for the low income housing tax credits generated by the project.

Rugged Cross

This conversion of a church parking lot in Brooklyn includes a mix of supportive housing for formerly homeless single adults, with on-site supportive services, and affordable apartments for low-income families. Financing was provided by New York State Housing Trust Fund, Citibank, N.A. and an investment in exchange for the low income housing tax credits generated by the project, made by Richman Housing Resources LLC.