Catholic Charities visits future site of new affordable housing
Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens (CCBQ) President and CEO Monsignor Alfred LoPinto and Councilman Costa Constantinides visited the future site of the new Catholic Charities Bishop Valero Residence earlier this month.
The $62 million development will be the home of 102 units of affordable housing for low-income seniors and formerly homeless adults with supportive services.
The building itself will be six stories, 84,900 square feet, and will feature a 6,400-square-foot, 200-seat capacity community senior center on the ground floor.
Read more about the Bishop Valero Residence in the LIC/Astoria Journal here.
The project is being built on the former parking lot of the current Catholic Charities Catherine Sheridan Senior Housing, located just across the street on 31st Road.