In addition to rehabilitation projects, Highbridge Community Development Corporation has considerable experience in the development of affordable and moderate income projects with amenities such as exercise facility, learning centers and community rooms


 Moderate Income (nhop)

Highbridge Community Development Corporation has carried out

the substantial rehabilitation of a 28 unit residential building under the NYC
Housing Development Corporation (HOC) Low Income Housing Tax Credit
program and the NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewals (DHCR). HCDC Has developed and managed over 900 LIHTC units

Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)

Highbridge Community Development Corporation has developed 18 new two-family homes under the New Foundations program. Highbridge Community Development Corporation assembled the development team, and supervised construction. Also marketed and sold all 18 homes pursuant to the marketing plan approved by HPD. 

HCDC filed for participation with the TPT Program. Highbridge Community Development Corporation was awarded four (4) properties through HPD TPT Neighborhood Restore program in 2008, of which 2 were substantial rehabs. 

New construction

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NEw Foundations Home ownership
third party transfer (TPT)

Three projects (Highbridge Senior, Shakespeare Senior and University

Senior) were developed under the HUD 202 program and three projects
(Nelson Senior, Jesup Avenue LP and Jesup Avenue Associates LP) with
NYSHCR. HCDC has developed and managed over 600 senior housing units.

Senior projects

Highbridge Community Development Corporation has developed and constructed affordable housing for families, seniors and home ownership.  These projects were developed through the ongoing partnership with many housing agencies including NYCHPD, NYCHDC, NYSHCR, USHUD as well as financing agencies such as CPC, HFA, HTF, Enterprise and private financial institutions in addition to self-funding.  Our new construction projects also cross a myriad of available financing programs such as LIHTC, 202 funding and grants which assist HCDC in providing new affordable housing opportunities.