Grand Opening of The Modern, Mt Vernon11/07/2017 Read More
Macquesten Construction Management, LLC has earned an ENERGY STAR Certified Homes Market Leader Award09/22/2017
Macquesten Construction Management, LLC has earned an ENERGY STAR Certified Homes Market Leader Award in recognition of its continued commitment to providing our nation’s homebuyers with ENERGY STAR certified homes. This award recognizes the organization’s work in promoting energy efficient construction and helping homebuyers experience the peace of mind, quality, comfort, and value that come with living in an ENERGY STAR certified home.Read More
Van Sinderen Plaza Ground Breaking Video10/28/2016 Read More
NYC Officials Join with MacQuesten at Groundbreaking for Van Sinderen Plaza, a New 155,000 SF Mixed-Use Complex in East New York Section of Brooklyn
Two-Building Complex to Feature 130 Affordable Rental Units Plus Retail and Community Space
BROOKLYN, N.Y. (October 2016) – New York City officials joined with MacQuesten Development, LLC on October 13th to celebrate the groundbreaking for Van Sinderen Plaza, an exciting new project that will transform two vacant lots into a mixed-use complex featuring high-quality affordable rental apartments and retail space in the East New York section of Brooklyn.
The 155,000-square-foot complex will include 130 affordable rental apartments and more than 20,000 square feet of retail and community space. Located at 679 Van Sinderen Avenue and New Lots Avenue, the two-building complex is receiving funding from the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) and the New York City Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD) through Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Housing New York: a Five-Borough, Ten-Year Plan. MacQuesten is also partnering with East Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation (EBHDC), a not-for-profit, and Best Development Group LLC, an affordable housing consultant and development company.
“The development of Van Sinderen Plaza will contribute to the revival of the East New York neighborhood by providing high-end, affordable housing units and expansive retail and community space that will benefit all Brooklyn residents. I would like to thank the City of New York, Borough of Brooklyn, HDC, HPD, EBHDC, Best Development Group and Community Board 5 for their leadership and support in helping us advance the housing needs of East New York,” said Rella Fogliano, Read More →Read More
MacQuesten Development Joins with Officials from New York State Homes and Community Renewal and New Rochelle Municipal Housing Authority for Celebration of Heritage Homes Development05/10/2016
Event Hails Ribbon-Cutting for Phase II, Groundbreaking for Phase III
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (April 21, 2016) – MacQuesten Development, LLC, in partnership with the New Rochelle Municipal Housing Authority and New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR), celebrated a pair of milestones today at the Heritage Homes complex, a three-phase development along Brook Street and Winthrop Avenue involving the construction of 228 affordable apartments and townhouses on the former site of the Hartley Houses public housing project.
The celebration, attended by state, county and city officials, began with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Heritage Homes Phase II, which has added 56 affordable housing units to the 131 Phase I units completed in 2013. Following the Phase II ribbon-cutting, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for Heritage Homes Phase III, which will add another 41 affordable units. Joseph Apicella, Managing Director of MacQuesten Development, was master of ceremonies for the program
“I am passionate about building quality affordable housing and being a catalyst for downtown economic development,” said Rella Fogliano, President of MacQuesten Development. “This project has reached a milestone, and we are pleased to celebrate the completion of 187 of the 228 homes that are planned as well as break ground on our final phase. Our partners, the New Rochelle Housing Authority and NYS Homes and Community Renewal, helped to make this award-winning project a reality, and I feel fortunate to be a part of this public/private venture.”
“Heritage Homes has already strengthened our community and made a positive difference in hundreds of lives. Read More →Read More
Mother Arnetta Crawford Apartments LEED certified03/21/2016
MacQuesten is proud to announce that Mother Arnetta Crawford Apartments in the Bronx has been Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified. Mother Arnetta Crawford Apartments received a silver rating for its green initiatives and resource efficiency. LEED-certified buildings use less water and energy, and they reduce greenhouse gas emissions – all money-saving efforts.
Mother Arnetta Crawford Apartments is located at 1500 Hoe Avenue. It features 84 affordable housing units, Modern Italian kitchens with bamboo flooring and anti-microbial corridor floors.
According to its website, LEED prides itself on being the most widely used third-party verification for green building.Read More
MacQuesten Joins With Union Grove Community Economic Development Corp. and City Officials for Grand Opening of Mother Arnetta Crawford Housing Complex10/21/2015
$27 Million Project on Hoe Avenue is Helping to Transform Neighborhood with High Quality, Affordable Apartments
BRONX, N.Y. (October 16, 2015) – Borough and City officials joined with MacQuesten Development, LLC and the Union Grove Community Economic Development Corporation (UGCEDC) today to celebrate the Grand Opening of Mother Arnetta Crawford Housing, a new apartment complex that is helping to transform the neighborhood by providing residents with high-quality, affordable rental housing.
Located at 1500 Hoe Avenue, Mother Arnetta Crawford Housing is a seven-story, 78,000-square-foot building with 84 one- and two-bedroom affordable apartments. Amenities include two indoor recreation rooms, one on the seventh floor offering views of the Manhattan skyline; a secure outdoor play area; and a secure ground-floor parking area. The attractively designed building features LEED Silver Level design and construction, minimizing its impact on the environment.
To celebrate the grand opening event, Rella Fogliano, President of MacQuesten Development, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by representatives of UGCEDC; Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr.; Susan Kensky, Assistant Commissioner of the New York City Department of Housing Preservation & Development; Gary Rodney, President of the New York City Housing Development Corporation; Geneve Davis and Burton Leon from New York City Housing Authority; and representatives from Bronx Community Board 3.
“We are very proud to celebrate the grand opening today of this beautiful new building which is providing residents with attractively designed affordable apartments. The focus of all our projects is to provide well-designed, Read More →Read More