Affordable & Supportive Housing - Doe Fund
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Affordable & Supportive Housing

New York City’s notorious shortage of affordable housing is one of the largest barriers to economic independence. Without access to safe, stable housing, New York’s most vulnerable populations are at even greater risk of becoming homeless.

 

That’s why The Doe Fund has been developing high-quality, affordable homes since 1996 to support individuals with long histories of poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, physical disabilities, mental illness, and HIV/AIDS.

 

See where we operate and find additional information on each of our housing facilities below.

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A Better Place / Manhattan

A 28-unit supportive residence for formerly homeless individuals. Opened in 1996.

Housing type: Permanent supportive.

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Crotona / The Bronx

A 60-studio-unit affordable / supportive housing project located in the Crotona Park section of the Bronx.


FUNDING SOURCES:
NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development
Citi Community Capital
Low Income Housing Tax Credits
NYC Human Resources Administration
NYC Housing Authority

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Peter Jay Sharp / Harlem

A 74-unit supportive residence for single adults.

Housing type: Permanent supportive.

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Stadium Court / The Bronx

A 60-unit affordable residential complex for families and singles.

Housing type: Permanent affordable.

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Crystal Tower / Brooklyn

A 123-unit affordable / supportive housing project in Flatbush with studio, one, two, and three bedroom apartments. Opening 2018.

FUNDING SOURCES:
NYC Housing Development Corporation
NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development
NYC Borough President and City Council Member Items (Reso A)
NYS Homeless Housing and Assistance Corporation
NYS Energy Research and Development Authority
JPM Chase Community Development Banking
Low Income Housing Tax Credits
NYC Human Resources Administration
NYC Housing Authority

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Muller Residence / The Bronx

A 90-studio-unit affordable / supportive housing project to be renovated in the Wakefield section of the Bronx.

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Webster Green / The Bronx

An 82-unit affordable / supportive housing project in the Bedford Park section of the Bronx with studio, one, and two bedroom units.

FUNDING SOURCES:
NYS Homes and Community Renewal
NYS Medicaid Redesign Team
NYS Homeless Housing and Assistance Corporation
NYS Energy Research and Development Authority
Citi Community Capital
Low Income Housing Tax Credits
NYC Human Resources Administration

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Villa House / The Bronx

A 68-unit affordable / supportive housing project in the Bedford Park / Special Grand Concourse District with studio and one bedroom units. Opening 2020.

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4519 White Plains Road / The Bronx

A 98-unit affordable / supportive housing project to be developed in the Wakefield section of The Bronx with studio and two bedroom units.