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Tremont Residences in the West Farms neighborhood of the Bronx includes 199 units of supportive housing

Supportive Housing Complex Reaches Completion in Bronx’s West Farms Neighborhood

Tremont Residences, a $50.6-million affordable housing development in the West Farms area of the Bronx, has been completed. The new 119-apartment development from Camber Property Group and Slate Property Group offers onsite services for people experiencing homelessness who need support to live independently. 

“The completion of this 119-unit development means that dozens of Bronx residents and families will have a safe, stable place to call home and the wraparound services they need to thrive,” said New York Gov. Kathy Hochul at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. “This project complements our $25-billion housing plan by not only providing high-quality affordable housing but also creating strong, vibrant, and resilient communities.” 

The developers partnered with Westhab, Inc. to provide onsite support services for 71 households funded through an Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative award administered by the New York State Office of Mental Health. 


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