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Morris Manor

About Morris Manor
  • Sustainable, permanent affordable and supportive housing in Flatbush, Brooklyn Provides affordable housing for low-income individuals earning under 60% AMI and individuals exiting New York City’s shelter system 45 fully-furnished studio units One unit
  • for on-site super One large community room for residents and scheduled community meetings; one computer room Lighting, security cameras and 24/7 front desk security increase public safety for tenants and the community Healthy indoor air quality, including
  • low-VOC sealants and paints Transit-oriented: on B41 line and 0.5 miles to B/Q or 2/5 subway lines

Opened in 2008, Morris Manor is an $8.4 million housing development. This beautiful energy-efficient and sustainable building provides tenants a safe and permanent home, complete with CAMBA on-site social services and a landscaped rear garden with Shonasculpture from Zimbabwe.

Morris Manor has transformed a long-vac​ant City-owned lot into an attractive neighborhood asset and established a high standard for affordable housing in Brooklyn.

Social Services
  • On-site case management services provided by CAMBA Nutrition counseling, yoga, financial management, computer training Holiday and social gatherings Access to CAMBA’s comprehensive services
  • 2009 Building Brooklyn Awards, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Best Affordable Design

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Morris Manor Overview
  • Developer: CAMBA Housing Ventures, Inc.
  • Development Cost: $8.4 million
  • Number of Units: 45 Studio Apartments, One 1-bedroom for super
  • Address: 247 Flatbush Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11226 1
  • Architect: Harden Van Arnam Architects PLLC
  • Contractor: Artec Construction & Development Corp.
  • Social Serv​ice Provider: CAMBA, Inc.
  • Building Size: 25,212 sq. ft.
  • Pre-development Financing: Corporation for Supportive Housing
  • Capital Financing: NYC HPD Supportive Housing Loan Program, NYS Homeless Housing Assistance Program and Low Income Housing Tax Credit Equity
  • Syndicator: Enterprise Community Investment
  • Operations Financing: Shelter Plus Care, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene High Service Needs II, DHS SRO Support Subsidy
  • Completion Date: Sept., 2008
  • Property Management: Dougert Management Corp.