914 Van Siclen , Brooklyn, NY 11207
Curtis + Ginsberg Architects
L+M Development Partners, Douglaston Development, SMJ Development and Dantes Partners are partnering with NYCHA on the rehabilitation and preservation of 2,615 units of public housing across Linden and Pennsylvania -Wortman Avenue Houses, as well as a community center, and a former public-school building, in East New York.
The residential buildings and community center were built in 1958, and now the interiors, exteriors, mechanical systems, and site requires extensive renovation or replacement to ensure long-term viability.
The developers are undertaking the project through NYCHA’s Permanent Affordability Commitment Together (PACT) program. The rehabilitation of this project represents an opportunity to improve the lives of the residents far into the future by bolstering comfort, security, and pride of place. The comprehensive scope of work includes, but is not limited to, apartment interior upgrades, enhanced community amenities, façade improvements, and building system upgrades.