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October 22, 2010

Affordable housing and children’s museum slated for W. 155th Street

Manhattan Times | October 22, 2010

Broadway Housing Communities plans to break ground before the end of the year on a $70 million, 13-story affordable housing complex on W. 155th Street and St. Nicholas…

October 15, 2010

Sugar Hill project OK’d

CITYLAND | October 15, 2010

Thirteen-story building would house the Faith Ringgold Children’s Museum, a day care center, and provide 124 affordable housing units.

On September 15, 2010 the City Planning Commission approved Broadway Housing Communities’ rezoning proposal to facilitate the…

October 11, 2010

Celebrating Faith Ringgold’s 80th Birthday


Join us for cocktails and light fare on Wednesday, November 3rd as we celebrate Faith Ringgold’s 80th Birthday and the launch of Broadway Housing Communities’ Sugar Hill development and the Sugar Hill…

October 6, 2010

Sugar Hill Housing / David Adjaye

ArchDaily | October 5, 2010

David Adjaye’s new affordable housing building for Sugar Hill, Harlem is expected to strengthen the community with its mixed program on the base level and improve the poverty-stricken neighborhood by providing quality housing…

October 5, 2010

New children’s museum planned for Harlem

Crain’s New York Business | October 5, 2010

By Miriam Kreinin Souccar

Nonprofit developer teams up with noted local artist Faith Ringgold to open an 18,000-square-foot facility in Sugar Hill by 2012, as part of an affordable housing…

New children’s museum headed to Harlem

The Real Deal | October 5, 2010

Non-profit group Broadway Housing Communities is joining forces with Harlem-born artist Faith Ringgold to create a children’s museum in the base of a building perched on Coogan’s Bluff at 155th Street…

October 2, 2010

New Sugar Hill Building to Combine Children’s Museum and Affordable Housing

DNA Info | October 2, 2010

MANHATTAN — A Harlem artist, superstar architect and affordable housing group have joined forces to create a new museum and housing project in Harlem.

Artist Faith Ringgold and

October 1, 2010

High hopes for David Adjaye’s Harlem scheme

Building Design Online | October 2010

David Adjaye has unveiled plans for an affordable housing scheme in one of the poorest parts of New York

The development in Sugar Hill, Harlem, will include 124 new homes…