MHG Architects

  • Long-Anticipated Senior Living Center Coming to Staten Island

    An almost two-decade effort initiated by the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty (known as the Met Council), the project is backed by $36 million in tax exemptions through the city’s BuildNYC Resource Corporation--a NYCEDC-administered organization whose main goal is to facilitate access to tax-exempt bond financing for non-profit institutions--and a $45.2 million capital grant from the City Council.

    New York 15 February 2013 16:42

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