Bedford Green House
Bronx, New York
Currently under construction, Bedford Green House is a 118-unit, 82,725-square-foot mixed-use supportive housing project at 2865 Creston Avenue in the Bronx. Developed by Project Renewal, the majority of the units are for people with mental illness, although the residential unit mix also includes affordable housing and senior housing units. The building is designed to assist residents enter into and remain a contributing part of the broader community, through a number of strategies including on-site supportive services. The building plan allows for accessibility and security, which in turn fosters socialization and physical activity. Bedford Green House will also offer a number of amenities like horticultural features and alternative therapies, which further contribute to the healing potential of the building.
Client: Project Renewal
Agency: Homeless Housing and Assistance Program (HHAP) and NYC HPD
Mechanical: Rosenthal Consulting
Civil: Leonard J. Strandberg and Associates
Lighting: Jim Conti Lighting Design
General Contractor: Hollister Construction Services
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