New funding and subsidies practically beg the Mayor to build affordable senior housing on NYCHA-owned land
Rehabilitation of Parkchester to preserve affordability was a cooperative effort between a new sponsor, lenders, residents, clergy and government. https://citylimits.org/2018/08/22/cityviews-the-lessons-we-learned-from-saving-parkchester/
NYC’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development awarded MLappin & Associates and its partners, East Brooklyn Congregations and The Marcal Group two vacant lots, to be developed into 33 affordable rental units.
Acquisition, moderate rehab to preserve 523 affordable housing units; renovations done with tenants in place
by Michael D. Lappin, Crains NY Business: The former head of CPC recounts its near-death experience, February 15, 2016