As reported in Patch, officials have broken ground on 811 Lexington, an affordable housing development in Bedford-Stuyvesant that will include 63 rent-stabilized apartments for senior citizens earning less than 60% area median income (AMI) and a superintendent’s unit. Approximately one-third of the units will be set aside for senior citizens at risk of homelessness. The development will also include a multi-purpose community room, rooftop garden, office space, and 20 parking spaces for a nearby church. The building is expected to be completed in 2023.