As developers, we have built or preserved nearly 1,000 units of housing throughout New York City. We have extensive relationships with a variety of City and State agencies; local elected officials; Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) syndicators; and several multi-national banking institutions.

Each of our development projects are carefully designed and operated to meet the specific needs of the population being served by the building.  Our project populations have included working families, formerly homeless families, veterans, persons with physical and/or mental disabilities, and senior citzens.

We pay careful attention not only to the economics of each transaction, but also to critical design elements including material selection, energy efficiency, shared community and green space, social service programming, and accommodations for children.

Recent Projects

Currently under construction

1880 Boston Road Senior Apartments is a 168-unit affordable senior housing development currently under construction, with an expected completion date of December 2018.

Located in the West Farms section of the Bronx, we are developing this project together with our partners at Alembic Community Development and an affiliate of the Hebrew Home at Riverdale, under HPD’s “SARA” program.

The $77.8 million development is being financed using a combination of NYC HDC tax-exempt bonds and subsidy, HPD SARA and Reso A subsidy, and syndicated tax credit equity.  We are working with financial partners at TD Bank and Raymond James Tax Credit Funds.

Project-based Section 8 rental subsidy is being provided by NYCHA, with ongoing operational funding for supportive services to be provided by the NYS Department of Health under the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative (ESSHI).

1880 Boston Road, Bronx

Our most recently completed project, Barrier Free Living Apartments contains 120 units of supportive housing in the Mott Haven / Port Morris section of the Bronx.

With 70 studio units designed for individuals with serious mental illness, and 50 1- and 2-bedroom units designed for families where the head of household suffers from a disabling medical condition, 100% of these units provide housing to homeless individuals and families that are survivors of domestic violence.

We co-developed this first-of-its-kind $43 million project with our partners at Alembic Community Development and Barrier Free Living, Inc. Construction was made possible by NYC HDC tax-exempt bonds (credit enhanced by Citibank), HPD SHLP subsidy, NYS HHAC subsidy, and tax credit equity syndicated by Richman Housing Resources. Project-based rental subsidies are provided by HPD Section 8 and NYS Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene.

637 E. 138th Street and 616 E. 139th Street, Bronx

Trinity Apartments contains 187 units of recently rehabilitated affordable housing over four separate buildings located in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx.

Foxy acquired these properties in 2013 and completed a $8 million+ renovation in 2015, which provided residents with all new kitchens and bathrooms; new laundry facilities; new roofs equipped with solar panels for clean and efficient energy generation; renovated lobbies and hallways; highly-efficient LED lighting throughout; and state-of-the-art surveillance equipment.

Under HPD’s “Participation Loan Program”, this project was financed by JP Morgan Chase to ensure that apartments remain affordable to families earning below 120% of the Area Median Income.

500 Trinity Avenue, 440 Jackson Avenue, 455 Jackson Avenue, 535 Wales Avenue, Bronx

Friendly Hands Apartments is located in the East Harlem section of Manhattan. This seven-story elevator building contains 76 residential LIHTC units, a community facility, a “green roof”, on-site superintendent, laundry, and children’s playground.

Co-developed with our partners at Alembic Community Development, we funded this $22 million project using NYC HDC tax-exempt bonds (credit enhanced by HSBC Bank), HPD MIRP subsidy, and tax credit equity syndicated by Boston Financial.

Apartments are available to families earning below 60% of the Area Median Income, with 20% of the units set aside for formerly homeless.

225 E. 118th Street, Manhattan

East Tremont Apartments, located at 1920 Washington Avenue in the Tremont section of the Bronx, is a six-story 75,000 sq. ft. elevator building consisting of 73 residential LIHTC units, a community facility, on-site superintendent, laundry, and children’s playground.

Co-developed with our partners at Alembic Community Development, we funded this $19 million project with NYC HDC tax-exempt bonds (credit enhanced by HSBC Bank), HPD MIRP subsidy, and tax credit equity syndicated by Boston Financial.

Apartments are available to families earning below 60% of the Area Median Income, with 30% of the units set aside for formerly homeless.

1920 Washington Avenue, Bronx

Prospect and Westchester Triangle is a two-building residential complex in the Morissania section of the Bronx consisting of 194 LIHTC units, 2 commercial spaces, and 2 community facilities. Sprawling over 210,000 sq. ft., this property has an on-site superintendent, laundry, and resident parking. Montefiore Children’s Hospital operates a state-of-the-art 10,000 sq. ft. medical facility on the ground level of Prospect Avenue.

Co-developed with our partners at M. Melnick & Co., we funded this $50 million project with NYC HDC tax-exempt bonds (credit enhanced by HSBC Bank), HPD MIRP subsidy, and tax credit equity syndicated by Boston Financial.

Apartments are available to families earning below 60% of the Area Median Income, with 30% of the units set aside for formerly homeless.

890 Prospect Avenue & 871 Westchester Avenue, Bronx

Casabe Houses For The Elderly is a 125-unit HUD 202 building for senior citizens and disabled families, located in the East Harlem section of Manhattan. It is an eight-story elevator building with on-site super and laundry and extensive onsite services and amenities for both the residents and the local community.

In 2007, Foxy completed the re-development of this property by adding Low Income Housing Tax Credits into the financial structure. The $17.5 million project allowed for an extensive renovation including new kitchens and bathrooms, elevators, roof, boilers and windows; significant exterior concrete and facade work; and new HVAC system. The refinancing resulted in a major cash infusion to the non-profit ownership, which has allowed its services and amenities to flourish.

Apartments are available to “Elderly Families” earning less than 50% of Area Median Income.

150 E. 121st Street, Manhattan