“The City’s proposal marks a victory for those who value the need for affordable senior housing and open space in Lower Manhattan. With 121 units of affordable housing and offices for Habitat for Humanity New York City and SAGE, this plan delivers on our commitment to our most vulnerable seniors... With the Mott Street side of the site remaining unbuilt, community members from all walks of life would have an opportunity to enjoy public green space... Together, we can set an example for the rest of the City as a leader in inclusive, affordable urban planning that benefits the entire community.”

Margaret Chin

New York City Council Member, Council District 1