Plans revealed to upgrade low-income housing complex in Greenburgh

Officials say the plan is to knock down the maple street complex along Route 287 and rebuild it, which would create an additional 60 more apartments. Officials acknowledged the current buildings are run down.

Rob Taub

Sep 16, 2023, 4:03 PM

Updated 214 days ago

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The Greenburgh City Housing Authority has revealed plans to upgrade a low-income housing complex.
They say the plan is to knock down the maple street complex along Route 287 and rebuild it, which would create an additional 60 more apartments. Officials acknowledged the current buildings are run down.
Officials added the project will take several years and would be completed one building at a time so existing renters can move into temporary units.


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