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97 Crooke Overview Developer:

CAMBA Housing Ventures, Inc.

Development Cost: $15.3 million Number of Units:

52 Studio Apartments, One 1-bedroom for super

Address:

97 Crooke Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11226

Architect: Dattner Architects Contractor:

Galaxy General Contracting Corp.

Social Service Provider: CAMBA, Inc. www.camba.org

Building Size: 32,4762 sq. ft. Pre-development Financing:

Corporation for Supportive Housing

Capital Financing: PROSPECT HEIGHTS Grand Army Plaza

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NYC HPD Supportive Housing Loan Program, Federal TCAP funds, Federal Home Loan Bank of New York/HSBC, Low Income Housing Tax Credit Equity, New York City Council Reso-A, NYSERDA Enterprise Community Investment

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NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene High Service Needs II, NYC Department of Homeless Services, Project Based Section 8 vouchers

Completion Date: December 2011

Property Management: WinnResidential

1720 Church Ave, 2nd Fl | Brooklyn, NY 11226 | 718.287.2600 www.cambahousingventures.org | www.camba.org


About 97 Crooke Avenue

Awards

CAMBA and CAMBA Housing Ventures

• Sustainable, permanent, affordable and supportive housing in Flatbush, Brooklyn • Provides affordable housing for low-income individuals earning under 60% AMI and individuals exiting New York City’s shelter system • 52 fully-furnished studio units • Community room and computer room; landscaped rear yard and roof terrace • Lighting, security cameras and 24/7 front desk security increase public safety for tenants and community • Built to Enterprise Green Communities and NYSERDA standards • Healthy indoor air quality, including low-VOC sealants and paints • Transit-oriented: under 0.25 mile walk to B,Q subways and B41, B12 buses • Original artwork by local Flatbush artist and Shona African stone sculptures • CHV partnered with MTA to landscape adjacent parcel into passive green space for the local community

• 2012 Enterprise Green Communities • 2012 Building Brooklyn Award, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce — Residential Supportive Housing Category • 2012 Brick in Architecture Silver Award • 2013 Society of American Registered Architects Design Award — Award of Merit • 2013 Affordable Housing Finance Readers’ Choice Award — Finalist

Improving Lives and Communities through High-Quality, Affordable Housing

Social Services • On-site case management services provided by CAMBA • Nutrition counseling, yoga, financial management, computer training and job assistance • Holiday and social gatherings • Access to CAMBA’s extensive services

Economic Impact • Over 20% of contract work performed by MWBE contractors • Nine permanent jobs created on-site

Started in 1977, CAMBA is a nonprofit agency that connects people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. CAMBA offers integrated services and programs in: Economic Development, Education & Youth Development, Family Support, Health, Housing and Legal Services. CAMBA serves more than 45,000 individuals and families, including 9,000 youth, each year.

Today, CHV is an award-winning affordable, supportive housing developer. CHV pairs excellent design and sustainable, energy-efficient buildings with CAMBA’s life-changing case management services to provide safe, healthy homes for low-income and formerly homeless individuals.

CAMBA has been addressing New York City’s housing crisis since 1991 by providing permanent and supportive housing, homeless prevention, housing relocation and emergency and transitional housing. In 2005, CAMBA created CAMBA Housing Ventures, Inc. (CHV) as an affiliated nonprofit affordable housing development corporation.

CAMBA Housing Ventures is supported by

APARTMENT UNIT TYPE B

DESK

Living/Sleeping Area

BED

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Typical unit floorplan 270 sf SINK

Kitchenette Area RANGE

Closet DINING TABLE

Bathroom

photography: Vanni Archive

CHV’s goal is to create 1,000 units of affordable housing by 2015.

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Ameriprise Financial Capital One Deutsche Bank Enterprise Community Partners HSBC JPMorgan Chase

97 Crooke Avenue  

Sustainable, permanent, affordable and supportive housing in Flatbush, Brooklyn

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