Construction Start

August 2015

Occupancy Date

March/April 2017 (anticipated)

Number of Units

50 Apartments
Studios, 1 and 2 Bedrooms

Building Size

52,093 Square Feet
7 Floors

Development Cost

$18 Million

Capital Financing

NYS HCR Low Income Housing Credits

NYS HCR State Low Income Housing Credits

Citibank, N.A.

JPMorgan Capital Corporation

Inclusionary Housing Program

Nonprofit Partner

Housing Partnership Development Corporation

Social Services Provider

AHRC New York City

Architect

Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP

Contractor

HLS Builders Corp.

Features

The Meekerman, the fourth Dunn Development Corp. project in Williamsburg, Brooklyn uses NYC’s Inclusionary Housing Program to generate badly needed affordable units in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood by transferring zoning floor area to market-rate condominiums being constructed elsewhere in Brooklyn CB#1. As part of NYS Housing and Community Renewal’s LIHC Mixed-Income Pilot Program (the second project to be completed under this pilot in NYS), newly constructed apartments will serve households at up to 40%, 50%, 60%, and 80% AMI. Eight units will serve adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities, and on-site services for these units will be provided by AHRC New York City.. The building incorporates extensive high-performance and energy-efficient components including solar panels.

 

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Rendering

Construction Progress

Site Plan

Typical Apartment Plan

Site Before Construction