New Homes Program

Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx, NY


Affordable Homeownership
Hudson has been a pioneer and one of the City’s most prolific builders of affordable new 1, 2, and 3-family homes under the City’s New Homes Program, having completed over 1,800 units to date. Under this program, Hudson has worked closely with the non-profit NYC Housing Partnership, the NYC Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development (NYCHPD), the NYS Affordable Housing Corporation (AHC), and numerous community-based organizations. Many of our New Home developments have been cited as models for the program and our strong performance has been recognized with several requests to take over failed projects originally awarded to other developers.

To develop on City-owned properties, Hudson was selected after responding to Request for Qualifications solicitations from NYCHPD. Financing included bank construction loans and City and AHC subsidies. Homes are priced for moderate-income buyers with preferences for local community residents and City uniformed service employees. Hudson has been noted for house designs that are in character with existing neighborhoods incorporating brick facades and rear parking where possible.

Oceanview Villas I & II
Beach 37th to 45th Streets at Beach Channel Drive
Far Rockaway, Queens

  • Approximately 240,000 square feet
  • 172 units in 135 single- and two-family homes
  • First phase completed Oct. 2007; second phase completed Jan. 2009
  • First phase modular construction; second phase steel frame construction
  • Designed by Gruzen Sampton LLP
  • Construction management: First phase by Monadnock Construction Inc.; second phase by Metropolitan Renovations
  • Community partner: Margert Community Corporation
  • Commercial financing: First phase by Wachovia Bank, NA; second phase by Chase Community Lending

The Village at Atlantic Center I, II & III
South Portland Avenue to Carlton Avenue at Fulton Street
Fort Greene, Brooklyn

  • Approximately 380,000 square feet
  • 417 units in 139 three-family homes
  • Phase 1&2 completed September 1997; phase 3 completed June 2003
  • Modular construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Designed by Swanke Hayden Connell Architects
  • Commercial financing: First and second phase by Chase Community Development; third phase by JP Morgan Chase

Bayview Homes
Beach 102nd Street to Seaside Avenue
Rockaway, Queens

  • Approximately 62,000 square feet
  • 46 single-family homes
  • Completed March 2003
  • Modular construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Designed by SLCE Architects
  • Commercial financing: Chase Community Development

Southside Homes
South 1st to 5th Streets at Union Avenue
Williamsburg, Brooklyn

  • Approximately 205,000 square feet
  • 166 units in 83 two-family homes
  • Completed December 2001
  • Modular construction
  • Designed by Swanke Hayden Connell Architects
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: Los Sures United Housing Development Fund
  • Commercial financing: Chase Community Development

Saratoga Square III & VII
Saratoga Avenue at Hull & Hopkinson Streets
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

  • 258 units in 129 two-family homes
  • First site completed August 1998; second site completed May 2000
  • Modular construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: Northeast Brooklyn HDC
  • Commercial financing: Roosevelt Savings Bank; Citibank

Bronx Park Terrace
East 180th to 181st Streets at Vyse Avenue
West Farms, Bronx

  • 93 units in 38 two- and three-family homes
  • Completed July 1998
  • Frame construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Commercial financing: Chase Community Development
  • Tremont Terraces
    Clinton Avenue to Mapes Avenue at East Tremont Avenue
    West Farms, Bronx

  • 171 units in 61 two- and three-family homes
  • Completed March 1995
  • Frame construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: Acquinas Housing Corporation
  • Commercial financing: Chemical Community Development

Stuyvesant Gardens
Kosciusko Street & Lafayette Avenue at Broadway
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

  • 74 units in 37 two-family homes
  • Completed July 1994
  • Frame construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: Northeast Brooklyn HDC
  • Commercial financing: Chemical Community Development

Lexington Greene Homes
Lexington & Greene Avenues at Marcus Garvey Avenue
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

  • 56 units in 28 two-family homes
  • Completed September 1993
  • Modular construction
  • Frame construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: Northeast Brooklyn HDC
  • Commercial financing: Chase Community Development

Sojourner Truth Homes
Hart Street to Dekalb Avenue at Stuyvesant Avenue
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

  • 136 units in 68 two-family homes
  • Completed November 1992
  • Frame construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: Northeast Brooklyn HDC
  • Commercial financing: Chase Community Development

Northside Condominiums
Bedford Avenue to Berry Street at North Third Street
Williamsburg, Brooklyn

  • 57 units in 19 three-unit buildings
  • Completed November 1991
  • Frame construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: People’s Fire House, Inc.
  • Commercial financing: Chemical Community Development

Antioch Place Homes
Lexington Avenue, at Stuyvesant and Lewis Avenues,
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

  • 42 units in 21 two-family homes
  • Completed March 1991
  • Modular construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: Antioch Baptist Church
  • Commercial financing: Chase Community Development

Cypress Corner Condominiums
Cypress Avenue and Norman Street
Ridgewood, Queens

  • 24 units in 4 six-unit buildings
  • Completed January 1991
  • Frame construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Commercial financing: Home Federal Savings

Park View Terrace Homes
Sharon Street, at Morgan Avenue and Olive Street
East Williamsburg, Brooklyn

  • 32 units in 16 two-family homes
  • Completed June 1990
  • Modular construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: St. Nicholas HDC
  • Commercial financing: Home Federal Savings

Greenpoint Gardens Condominium
Freeman Street, at Manhattan and Franklin Avenues
Greenpoint, Brooklyn

  • 30 units in 5 six-unit buildings
  • Completed May 1990
  • Steel frame construction
  • Construction management: Monadnock Construction Inc.
  • Community partner: Northeast Brooklyn HDC
  • Commercial financing: Dime Savings Bank


Project Summary

  • More than 1,800 units in more than 800 buildings
  • Active from 1989 to 2009
  • Modular and steel frame construction
  • Sponsored by NYCHPD and the NYC Housing Partnership


Site design by Naiad Design