New Apartments Catering to Poor, Homeless Open in Hunts Point

By Sasha Gonzales 
sgonzales@bronxjusticenews.com

A new supportive housing complex has opened in Hunts Point, with 215 apartments catering to families with mental health concerns, a history of homelessness, and lower incomes amid the coronavirus crisis.

Operated by the nonprofit social service organization Community Access, the Bruckner Boulevard building cost $87 million to construct and is currently accepting applications.

The supportive housing complex’s opening was first reported by Crain’s New York.

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Sasha Gonzales is a Staff Writer for Bronx Justice News covering breaking news and crime. A Bronx native, Sasha is an avid photographer, museum-goer, and reader. She lives in Kingsbridge.