Mark Teixeira and Harlem RBI, in conjunction with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, announced on Monday a partnership to develop approximately 90 affordable housing units in East Harlem as part of the DREAM Charter School and Harlem RBI’s program and office space.
“This building will be a place where New York families can afford to live,” Bloomberg said. “…. East Harlem will experience the benefits of this development immediately.”
The buildings will be located on E. 104th St. between Second and Third Aves. The $85 million, thirteen story building is expected to open in the summer of 2014.