Rahway, a place for artists to call home
May 16, 2013, nj.com
Growing number of artists and arts-based businesses relocate to Rahway Arts District.
'Making Room' for Another Million
February 25, 2013, UBM's Future Cities
New York City is expected to grow by a million more people by 2030. Supporting these residents will require an overhaul of the city's housing models and regulations.
NYC announces winner of micro-unit housing
January 22, 2013, The Wall Street Journal
New York City has a designer for its first micro-unit apartment building. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday a development team won the design competition for the pilot program.
Bloomberg Unveils Design for City's First Micro-Apartment Building
January 22, 2013, WNYC News Blog
Packing into a tiny space at the Museum of the City of New York, Mayor Michael Bloomberg showed off the winning design for the city’s smallest apartment.
New York City's Future Micro-Apartment Revealed!
January 22, 2013, Curbed
Eager to jump on the living solo/living small trend, the city launched its adAPT NYC competition last summer, seeking proposals for micro units to fill a building at 335 East 27th Street. Mayor Bloomberg announced the winner this morning...
Check Out The Winning Design For The Tiny New York Apartments Of Tomorrow
January 22, 2013, Popular Science
The winner of a competition to design bite-sized affordable housing in New York has just been announced. To judge by the renderings, it looks pretty roomy!
NY’s first micro-unit apt. building will be modular
January 22, 2013, Crain’s
The 55-unit building at 335 E. 27th St. will be the first residential property in Manhattan to be built out of pre-fabricated individual modules. Apartments will be less than 400 square feet.
First Look Inside NYC's Tiny New "Micro-Unit" Apartments
January 22, 2013, Gothamist
To create more affordable housing for the city's growing population of 1-2 person households, Mayor Bloomberg plans to waive certain zoning regulations at a city-owned building at 335 East 27th Street in the Kip's Bay neighborhood to test the market for a new housing model.
Group developing Rahway affordable housing for artists releases survey
August 14, 2012, The Star-Ledger
A group planning to develop affordable housing in Rahway for actors, artists and other creative professionals launched an online survey this week, asking people in those industries what they would like to see in the project.
Survey under way for performing artists housing complex in Rahway
August 14, 2012, Home News Tribune
Playwright Ally Blumenfeld and actor, director and writer Brandon Monokian live in Montclair and are curious about plans for affordable housing in Rahway for members of the visual and performing arts community.
ArtPlace grants will bring $1.2 million to downtown L.A.
June 14, 2012, Los Angeles Times
ArtPlace grants go to Broadway Arts Center, CalArts, SCI-Arc and Cornerstone Theater Company in. Also, Mercado La Paloma in South L.A. gets funds
After big investment in the arts, Rahway finally poised to see it pay off
May 06, 2012, The Star-Ledger
Finally, the artists are coming to the Rahway Arts District. The gritty former manufacturing town has placed a hefty bet on the arts, and that gamble may be about to pay off.
60 units proposed for Arts District
April 12, 2012, Rahway Rising
The Actors Fund Housing Development Corporation (AFHDC) and Newark-based Crawford Street Partners presented a concept plan to the Redevelopment Agency at its meeting on April 4.
Actors Fund hopes to build subsidized housing in Newark
March 25, 2012, The Star-Ledger
Now the nonprofit organization is eyeing locations in Newark for artist housing, and according to a recent survey of almost 1,500 New York City-area performers, there’s plenty of demand.
Actors Fund Helps Housing Woes
Summer 2010, Screen Actor
Actors Fund in housing play
December 6, 2009, Crain’s New York
MONADNOCK’S MODULAR BID WINS CITY’S adAPT NYC COMPETITION
January 22, 2013 The Actors Fund
Monadnock Development to Pioneer Modular, Cutting-Edge “Micro” Living in Kips Bay in Partnership with Actors Fund Housing Development Corporation.
Actors Fund to Survey Performing and Visual Artists in First Step to Developing an Affordable Housing Project in Rahway Arts District
Monday, August 13, 2012
(Rahway, NJ) The Actors Fund Housing Development Corporation (AFHDC) today launched a market study to determine the interests of performing and visual artists and others associated with the arts, entertainment and creative industries in... Read more.
Broadway Arts Center to Become Centerpiece of New Broadway Cultural Quarter Thanks to ArtPlace Grant
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
(Los Angeles, CA) The Broadway Arts Center, a proposed mixed-use development containing a blackbox theater, an art gallery, creative commercial space, and affordable housing for artists in Downtown L.A., is envisioned as a vibrant anchor for the city's Broadway Cultural Quarter. The ambitious project is closer to reality today, thanks to a substantial grant from ArtPlace.
Broadway Arts Center Project to Receive $470,000 Grant from ArtPlace
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
(Los Angeles, CA) Broadway Arts Center Project to Receive $470,000 Grant from ArtPlace. SCI-Arc, Cornerstone Theater, and Esperanza Housing Corp. among other Downtown L.A. grant recipients, comprising $1.5million in funding for 4 projects...Read more.
Artspace and The Actors Fund Housing Development Corporation Announce Partnership
June 5, 2012
(Minneapolis, MN) Two leaders in affordable housing join forces to provide live/work space for Los Angeles artists (Minneapolis, Minn.) Artspace and The Actors Fund Housing Development Corporation (AFHDC) today announced the formation of a partnership, bringing... Read more.
HUD, HDC, HPD and DHS join Common Ground and Private Partners to Celebrate New Housing and Opening of New Art Center and Performance Space in Downtown Brooklyn
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
(New York, NY) On Tuesday, October 25, 2011 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Regional Administrator for New York and New Jersey Adolfo Carrion, New York City Department of Homeless Services (DHS) Commissioner Seth... Read more.
The Schermerhorn to rise in Brooklyn
Monday, May 22, 2006
(Brooklyn, NY) Construction is being launched on The Schermerhorn, a 217-unit supportive housing development in downtown Brooklyn. The project is an innovative partnership between non-profit organizations, government and the private sector... Read more.
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