HANAC Corona Senior Residence
54-17 101st Street
Corona, NY 11368
This 57,675 sf, 8-story 68-unit affordable housing apartment building for low-income seniors will meet the NYSERDA Multifamily Performance Standards for Energy Star Certification as well as the Enterprise Green Communities Criteria. It and will also be the first affordable senior housing development in the United States to meet the Passive House Institute design standards.
The ground floor of the building will be designated to an early childhood education facility to be administered by the New York City School Construction Authority (~5,000 sf). The back of the building will include a rear yard with a vegetable garden, seating and tables for residents, and a children’s natural play area. An additional open space, exclusive for the seniors, shall be located on the fifth floor terrace.
Financing for this project consists of, Tax Credits, HPD subsidy, RESO A capital funding through Queens Borough President Melinda Katz and Council Member Julissa Ferrera’s office, and Attorney General Eric Schneiderman settlement money.
HANAC Corona Groundbreaking
HANAC Corona Ribbon Cutting
- HPD “City Officials and Partners Welcome Home New Tenants at Grand Opening of Environmentally Friendly Affordable Senior Residence in Corona, Queens”
- The Hill “Ocasio-Cortez: Housing should be legislated as a human right”
- QNS “Corona celebrates the opening of an affordable housing residence for seniors”
If you are interested in working with HANAC to develop affordable housing or mixed use developments for New Construction, Preservation or Rehabilitation projects please contact Paola Duran at firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 212-840-8005.