Wade, President of Community Partners Commission Assoc, Inc. and Coretta Scott-King
Senior Housing Development Fund Corp was proud to announce the August 15, 2014 ground
breaking of the Coretta Scott-King Senior Housing.( see Ground Breaking tab for photos)
The 51 units of low-income
senior housing received
$13 million dollars in funding from U S Dept. of Housing and Urban Development HUD 202 grant, NYC Housing Preservation and Development funds from Special Needs Housing and awarded property valued at more than $3 million dollars. The project was additionally fuinded by former Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz,
Councilman Erik Dilan and Councilman Vecchia.
The formerly City owned property had gone undeveloped for more
than 40 years. The Coretta Scott-King Senior Apartments will both revitalized
the community and give hope to seniors who desperately need additional
Coretta Scott King Senior Housing
Community Partners Commission
Association , Inc is the lead sponsor
and developer of a new construction underway in Brooklyn named
after Coretta Scott-King.
The new senior housing will be located on Jerome Street in East New York Brooklyn and will be
comprised of fifty-one apartments; 46 one bedroom living room, full bathroom, and kitchen; four
studios with, living room area, full bathroom and kitchen and a two bedroom apartment for the on-site superintendent.
The development will include
on-site security, social services, laundry room, interior yard and garden,
outside green areas, sun terrace, library, computer room and educational
Residents must be 62 years of
age and older (55 years of age if disabled)
Required income level is less
than $30,000 a year
Potential tenants will submit
application that will be selected by lottery.
Coretta Scott-King Senior Housing - 2014
660 Jerome St. East New York Brooklyn