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April 30, 2019

Governor Cuomo Announces Opening Of $31 Million Mixed-Use Development In Brooklyn

March 19, 2019

HPD and HDC Announce Deeply Affordable Development Plans for Broadway Triangle in Brooklyn

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RiseBoro in the News

Developers File For 164 Units Of Senior Housing In Inwood

Passive House Standards Bring Green Living to Affordable Multifamily Housing

Strike a Chord: Building a Greener Future

Haven Green finds its home in Little Italy: NYC gets it's first LGBTQ-friendly affordable senior housing

$31M affordable housing complex completed in Bushwick

Community builders tapped for Broadway Triangle

Goldman Sachs Invests $83M in Gotham Org's 1,120-Unit LIC Project

CityViews: Let's Stop the Zero-Sum Debate Pitting Open Space vs. Affordable Housing

Housing and Health Care Advocate on Being Asked to Do More With Less 
(Featuring Scott Short, CEO)

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority Guest Speaker Spotlight: RetrofitNY (Featuring Scott Short, CEO)

Meals on Wheels delivers Christmas Day feasts

Bushwick's Farmers' Markets Are Back and They're Better Than Ever

True Holy Church to Build New Facilities with 67 Affordable Units Atop

Nonprofits Join Up to Increase Affordable Housing Heft

Working Theater's BAMBOO IN BUSHWICK to Explore Gentrification in Brooklyn, Off-Broadway This Spring

Bushwick Ready for the Spotlight

Borough President Adams Expands Groundbreaking Faith-based Development Initiative in Latest [Uniform Land Use Review Procedure] ULURP Recommendations

Here's What Bushwick Might Look Like Under New Rezoning Plan

Tough Choices Face Bushwick as Rezoning Approaches

New Free Course Helps Boards Save Energy and Money (At a building overseen by RiseBoro, a Brooklyn building superintendent completes the NYC Building Operator Training Program)

Stalled Bushwick Community Rezoning Plan Pushes Forward

Non-profit organizations featured in the forefront of affordable housing development

Working with Local Artists

Citymeals On Wheels Delivers Hot Food To Those In Need

Housing for the Ages--The Quest to Build Coretta Scott-King Senior Apartments

Mayor de Blasio Announces New Energy Efficiency Program for Apartment Buildings

10-Story, 67-Unit Affordable Building to Replace Church at 1860 Eastern Parkway

Brownsville Music Organization Wants to Give NYC Composers Studio Space and a Stipend in Bushwick

Bushwick, the Sequel: The Long-Sought Redevelopment of the Rheingold Brewery Site Is Shaping Up to be a Game Changer

Community-Driven Rezoning Aims to Stall Displacement in Bushwick

Success with Passive House: An Interview with Ryan Cassidy

City Slow to Embrace Land Trusts as Housing Tool

The Emerging (High School!) Artists of Bushwick's Casa Experimental Show at Silent Barn
Policy Forum: Greening NYC's Affordable Housing

5 Ways Affordable Housing Will Get Better Retail Space

Ridgewood Tenants Learn Their Housing Rights at Emergency Meeting

Citymeals on Wheels Brings Christmas Dinner

One Architect's Revolutionary Plan to Make Old Buildings Energy Efficient

Nearly 200,000 People Applied for 14 Affordable Apartments in Bushwick: HPD

Parsons Students Created a Gazette to Provide Affordable Housing Info for Bushwick Residents

Restoring Art to It's Original Creators in Bushwick

Ultra-Energy-Efficient Apartments Obtain Permanent Financing

Lenders take a leap of faith on nation's first passive affordable development

The Passive House in New York

NYC church partners for highly efficient apartments:'Passive house' complex a first for the United States

Inside the country's first multi-family affordable passive house apartments

Leading Beyond LEED: NYC Buildings and the Evolving Fight to Consume Less Energy

Bushwick affordable passive house apartments nearly complete

Case Studies and Articles

An Active Market for Passive (see pages 29-33)

One City Built to Last: Transforming New York City's Buildings for a Low-Carbon Future (see page 36)

Reclaiming the Land, Revitalizing Communities (see page 23)

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