Ground broken on 14-story affordable housing project in Brooklyn

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Dabar Development Partners and Thorobird Companies have broken ground on a new affordable housing project in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

Dubbed 1921 Atlantic Avenue, the 30,164-sq.-ft. project will offer 235 units. The mixed-use development also includes one unit for a superintendent, affordable to low- and moderate-income households.

The proposed development will be located on an assemblage of city-owned vacant land and three adjacent privately-owned lots. The project will feature a community facility operated by Oko Farms and NHS. A new fresh food grocery store will be created.

The project is designed by GF55 Partners.

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