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Rockabill Arranges Funding to Reposition Affordable Bronx Portfolio 

Rockabill has secured $12 million in New York City Housing Preservation & Development subsidy and $3 million in permanent financing from Community Preservation Corporation (CPC) to facilitate the repositioning of 13 affordable buildings in the Bronx’s Morrisania neighborhood, south of Crotona Park. The buildings are owned by Beulah HDFC. 

The funding arranged by Rockabill will allow for boiler and roof replacement across the portfolio and parapet and exterior masonry work to improve the physical condition of the properties.  

“It’s a privilege to assist Beulah in preserving these properties; and in doing so, continue its incredible history of service to the Bronx,” said Tim Collins, principal, Rockabill. “This is a great example of a nonprofit owner proactively shoring up its affordable housing portfolio and ensuring its assets are physically and financially fit. The residents of The Bronx deserve high-quality housing and we are proud to help deliver it.” 

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