“Project Renewal is thrilled to partner with Hudson Companies and St. Nicks Alliance on the innovative Greenpoint Hospital campus, a development that will bring much-needed housing stability and healthy living to families and seniors, as well as shelter and support services to homeless men,” said Jody Rudin, Interim President & CEO, Project Renewal. “Project Renewal has been helping New Yorkers renew their lives for more than 50 years. The homeless shelter at Cooper Park Commons will be our second shelter in Brooklyn and our eighth citywide. As we develop this shelter, we look forward to compassionately providing our new clients with the targeted services they need to break the cycle of homelessness.”
Client: Project Renewal and Hudson Companies
Agency: NYC Department of Homeless Services
MEP: Loring Consulting Engineers
Civil: Philip Habib and Associates
Landscape: Starr Whitehouse
Lighting: Dot Dash Lighting Design
Energy: Steven Winter Associates
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