Catholic Charities is building a 102-unit affordable housing project
Astoria is finally getting some much-needed affordable housing, courtesy of Catholic Charities.
The new Bishop Valero Residence, located at 23-11 31st Road, will feature 102 units of affordable apartments for low-income seniors and formerly homeless adults with supportive services.
It will be built on a former parking lot right across the street from the Catholic Charities Catherine Sheridan Senior Housing. The project will cost $62 million.
The six-story, 84,900-square-foot building will also feature a 200-seat community center on the ground floor.
Read more about the new Bishop Valero Residence in this week’s LIC/Astoria Journal.