Ribbon cutting for St. John’s Residences

September 21, 2012 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
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New homeowners of the recently-completed St. John’s Residences in Ocean Hill/Brownsville are pictured at a home dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony held on Saturday sponsored by Habitat for Humanity-NYC. 

 

Habitat for Humanity- NYC welcomed new residents during a home dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept. 15 for its 12-unit affordable condominium project, St. John’s Residences in Ocean Hill-Brownsville.

The new-construction condos, at 1812 St. John’s Place, are now home to a dozen low-income families, who will live in the affordable, two- and three-bedroom units.

“In keeping with our commitment to green building, these homes meet LEED and ENERGY STAR standards to ensure healthy environments and cost-saving fuel efficiency,” said Rachel Hyman, Habitat-NYC acting director.

Photo by William Neumann Photography


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