Highbridge Community Development Corporation coordinated and supervised internal relocation and checker boarding of the nine (9) moderate rehabilitation buildings. The buildings contained 305 units and 12 commercial storefronts. Approximately 150 units of the project required relocation during renovation. Highbridge Community Development Corporation followed and implemented the HPD guidelines for relocation of approximately 150 units. 
Shakespeare Associates Limited Partnership (SALP)
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Highbridge Community Development Corporation has managed partially occupied and occupied buildings both prior to and during renovations, assembled a development team, negotiated and arranged financing and supervised construction and renovations, managed internal tenant relocations to facilitate renovations. 

HCDC has been in the forefront of community development. continues to work in areas of economic

development and strives to complete the full vision of the founders of the corporation; to create a well- rounded integrated community with services and amenities for all its residents.

Third Party Transfer (TPt)
Highbridge Community Housing Development Fund Corporation (HCHDFC)

HCDC organized and spun-off Highbridge Community Housing Development Fund Corporation (HCHDFC) to sponsor, own, rehabilitation, and operate 23 buildings (741) units and six vacant lots under the Vacant Cluster Program. These buildings were completed and fully occupied by 1992 and the vacant lots were made into playlots. Parallel to the Vacant Cluster, HCHDFC developed a cooperative apartment project and several home ownership projects with the Housing Partnership and the NYSAHC. 

HCDC organized and spun-off HCHDFC to sponsor, own, rehabilitation, and operate 23 buildings (741) units and six vacant lots under the Vacant Cluster Program. These buildings were completed and fully occupied by 1992 and the vacant lots were made into playlots. Parallel to the Vacant Cluster, HCHDFC developed a cooperative apartment project and several home ownership projects with the Housing Partnership and the NYSAHC. 

​Rehabilitation Projects

In 1988 the Housing Development Institute (HOn of the Archdiocese of New York joined with the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) to revitalize the Highbridge area of the Bronx with a massive rehabilitation project. The Institute formed the Highbridge Community HDFC, a 501(c) 3 corporation, to undertake the development, ownership and management of 23 vacant, city-owned buildings and created 738 apartments for low and moderate income families; 30 of which were formerly homeless families. This development, now known as, The Vacant Cluster Program, stretches across 20 blocks in the northeast section of the Highbridge Neighborhood in the Bronx, and includes six formerly vacant lots developed as play parks.