Event Press | April 9, 2019

Catholic Church opens low-income housing property in the Bronx

 

 

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Catholic Church opens low-income housing property in the Bronx
Josh Einiger, ABC 7

 

 

NEW YORK (WABC) — Cardinal Timothy Dolan and other Catholic leaders announced a new plan Monday to develop church properties in New York City into low-income and affordable housing.

 

Cardinal Dolan joined the Boards of Catholic Charities and Catholic Homes New York; Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, head of Catholic Charities; and New York City and state officials to officially open St. Augustine Terrace in the Bronx, a new development that will provide 112 units of affordable housing for low-income families. Continue to the story…