Habitat for Humanity - New York City

A nonprofit organization

Founded in 1984 as an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, Habitat-NYC builds in the five boroughs of New York City, building homes for ownership by families and individuals in need. Our current projects include a 41-unit newly constructed condominium building in Ocean Hill - Brownsville, Brooklyn. Our Atlantic Avenue complex is the largest multifamily Habitat project ever and will meet LEED's stringent green standards. We build the homes with the "sweat equity" of our family partner homeowners who work side-by-side with volunteers. Professional contractors build the exterior shells to code, and the volunteers do the interior construction. Each year thousands of New Yorkers from faith institutions, corporations, schools and civic groups come to build with us and learn more about how to help solve New York's affordable housing crisis. In addition to building homes, Habitat-NYC is a leading advocate for affordable housing. Our goal is to ensure that every New Yorker has a decent, affordable home, by creating a social movement to end the housing crisis plaguing New York City and by calling on elected officials to make affordable housing a priority. Source: www.habitatnyc.org

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Habitat for Humanity - New York City

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111 JOHN ST FL 23 23rd Floor
NEW YORK, NY 10038


(212) 991-4000