APEX in the Press
City selects minority-owned businesses to take the lead on new affordable housing project in Prospect Heights.
“Lazarre-White said a few people warned him beforehand that “it would be impossible to construct a complicated building like this and also focus on Black and brown architects and developers.” BroSis enlisted the Harlem-based Apex Building Group.
Apex Building Group is a part of the development team that is featured in this article about the Alafia project.
L+M is partnering on the project with Harlem-based Apex Building Group, Services for the Underserved and Brooklyn nonprofit RiseBoro Community Partnership, run by Scott Short.
“We are so proud to have been part of such an exciting endeavor and historic moment for The Brotherhood Sister Sol. From the onset, this was not just another construction project for us, we knew what it was going to mean for the community,” said Robert Horsford, President of Apex Building Company.
NYCHA’s private partners, all minority and women-owned businesses, include Dantes Partners, Apex Building Group, Pyramid ETC Companies, and Faria Management.
Services for the UnderServed (S:US) is partnering with L+M Development Partners, Apex Building Company and RiseBoro Community Partnership to develop a mixed-use campus in the East New York neighborhood of Brooklyn.
The development team behind the project includes Apex Building Company, L+M Development Partners, Services for the UnderServed, and RiseBoro Community Partnership.
KeyBank Community Development Lending and Investment (CDLI) closed the financing for the renovation, which will be undertaken by a joint venture development team of Gilbane Development Co., Kraus Management, Apex Building Group and Dantes Partners.
The affordable housing lottery has launched for Balton Commons, a seven-story mixed-use building at 267 West 126th Street, in Harlem, Manhattan. Designed by Aufgang Architects and developed by Lemor Development Group and Apex Building Group…