Our highest priority during this challenging time is the health and safety of the communities we serve in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan. We are grateful to the staff and partners who keep our buildings safe and secure, and help families respond to emergency health and financial hardship so they can remain stably housed and focused on school, work and life at home.
Your support helps us keep resident engagement services and affordable housing development moving forward for households that are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
This health and economic crisis has underscored the importance of housing that is tenant focused and connected to community.
We thank the supers and housing coordinators, social workers, after school, college access, healthy food and wellness providers, property managers and community based partners who are there for our residents and neighbors every day, and especially now.
Thank you too
for your partnership on projects and programs, your financial support, and desire for New York City to remain a place where everyone can live and thrive in quality affordable housing.
Your support in this critical time will help our residents, including more than 120 families who recently experienced homelessness, stay safe and stably housed as we plan for several new affordable housing and preservation projects that are in development.
Alexa Sewell and the team at Settlement Housing
Some of our new construction and housing preservation projects in predevelopment: Twin Parks Terrace, the Bronx – Danois Architects, Weeksville Place, Brooklyn – Edelman Sultan Knox Wood / Architects, Harlem River Houses, Manhattan – Curtis & Ginsberg Architects.