HELP Receives $1.7M to Build New Veterans Housing in Buffalo

HELP USA was awarded $1.7M in funding from the New York State Homeless Housing Assistance Program for the construction of the HELP Buffalo II project in Buffalo, NY. When completed, this project will provide 47 apartments for homeless and low-income veterans and families in the city. The building will be located directly across the street from HELP’s existing facility in Buffalo, and will consist of a mix of rehabilitation and new construction. Read More.

HELP Selected to Co-Develop Housing and Vocational Training Center in Brooklyn

HELP USA is proud to have been selected as part of the development team for Phase II of the Livonia Avenue Initiative in East New York. The project, an initiative of New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development, will consist of 288 new apartments, retail space, a vocational training center, and a commercial kitchen dedicated to workforce development. HELP USA will partner with BRP Companies, the Local Development Corporation of East New York, and Community Solutions on the project.

HELP’s Walter Reed Veterans Housing Project is Funded and Ready to Go

HELP USA is excited to have received the funding necessary to construct the Walter Reed Veteran Apartments in Washington DC. The building, to be constructed using a combination of philanthropic and public funding sources, will provide 75 units of housing to homeless veterans. The receipt of the last piece of funding from the District of Columbia means that the project is ready to be built, and that construction will commence as soon as the land is transferred from the Federal Government to the Government of the District of Columbia.

HELP to Begin Construction on New Veterans Housing in the Bronx

HELP USA is excited to have received funding to construct the HELP Woodycrest Veteran Apartments in the Bronx. This development, located in the Highbridge neighborhood, will furnish 48 units of affordable housing for veterans and individuals aged 55 and older. Sixty percent of the units will be set aside for the exclusive use of homeless veterans. Construction on the building will begin in 2015 and conclude in early 2016.