CUTTING THE RIBBON AT RENAISSANCE VILLAGE

On October 16, 2017, Concern held a Ribbon Cutting/Grand Opening Ceremony to celebrate the opening of Renaissance Village, a 123-unit mixed-income supportive housing development in Suffolk County.

Formerly underutilized land in the heart of Middle Island, Renaissance Village now boasts 9 townhome-style buildings; a community center with exercise room, computer room and staff offices; laundry facilities; and ample outdoor space for residents to enjoy. In addition to the beautiful housing, Concern also developed an on-site sewage treatment plant sized to accommodate additional usage by future residents and businesses in the community.  With the support of the local community, Concern is pleased to be a part of Middle Island’s future success.

The development team that made this project possible includes the law firms of Russo, Karl, Widmaier & Cordano and Nixon Peabody, the project’s attorneys; Belfor Long Island., the general contractor; DeLaCour, Ferrara & Church, the project architect; and Betts Housing Consultants.  Funding for Renaissance Village was provided by New York State Housing Homes & Community Renewal, New York State Office of Mental Health, Bank of America, County of Suffolk, Federal Home Loan Bank of New York, and Astoria Bank.

In addition to the project’s financial supporters, Concern for Independent Living thanks the Town of Brookhaven, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Suffolk County Health Department, Suffolk County Department of Public Works, and the Middle Island Civic Association for their support and assistance in making this project a reality.

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