The Corden, a new multi-family development in the Foxhurst neighborhood of New York City’s Bronx borough, recently celebrated its opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The New Destiny Housing Corporation development provides 62 safe and affordable housing units for families made homeless by domestic violence.
Guests and speakers at the event included New Destiny’s Executive Director Nicole Banca, Senior Director of Real Estate Richard Conley, Director of Housing Development Joan Beck, New York State Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin, New York City Council Member Rafael Salamanca, Jr., New York State Assembly Member Kenny Burgos, and VHB’s project team led by Bryan Murty. A commemorative plaque honoring Carol Corden, the building’s namesake, for her outstanding leadership and dedication to creating new homes for New Yorkers in need was unveiled as part of the program.
The ribbon cutting follows VHB’s partnership with New Destiny in transforming the previously contaminated site into safe, affordable housing. Our team investigated and mitigated environmental contaminants during construction and worked closely with New Destiny to navigate the necessary regulatory requirements specific to local, state, and federal environmental review processes.
“We are proud to be part of a project that brings awareness and support for important causes, like providing refuge for families fleeing domestic violence,” said Bryan. “Thank you to our friends at New Destiny for your partnership as we celebrate the opening of this beautiful new building.”
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