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The Sol on Park project will bring 195 deeply affordable seniors residences to the Morrisania section of the Bronx

Development Team Chosen for Affordable Seniors Complex in Morrisania 

City housing agencies have chosen a development team to build approximately 195 deeply affordable homes for seniors in the Morrisania neighborhood of the Bronx. The team of NRP Group, Selfhelp Realty Group and Foxy Management was selected for the Sol on Park development. 

The Sol on Park development will give rise to a 15-story mixed-use building paired with a new community health center, a nutrition education facility, and career-training spaces. 

“The need for affordable senior housing is tremendous and is getting more dire as the senior population is expected to triple, costs of living continue to rise, and the aging housing stock in our city is less and less accessible to our most vulnerable residents,” said Foxy Management principal Jeff Fox. “Sol on Park will address this need head-on, in part by creating a health-centric senior community that will serve as an anchor for a better future.” 


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