980 Westchester in the Bronx will feature 151 affordable and supportive housing units. The development is funded through private and public funding sources, including the Housing Development Corporation’s Extremely Low & Low Income Affordability (ELLA) program, federally tax-exempt bonds, and low-income housing tax credits.
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