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IFCA Cuts Ribbon On Affordable Housing In Ossining

Front row L-R – IFCA Board Chair, Maryann Sorese, IFCA Executive Director, Karen D’Attore and Mayor of Ossining, Victoria Gearity cut the ribbon on affordable housing.
Front row L-R – IFCA Board Chair, Maryann Sorese, IFCA Executive Director, Karen D’Attore and Mayor of Ossining, Victoria Gearity cut the ribbon on affordable housing. Photo Credit: Submitted

OSSINING, N.Y. -- Ossining's IFCA Housing Network recently finished renovations on two multi-family buildings.

A three-unit building on 65 Hunter Street had significant structural problems such as a rear extension with no foundation, but has now been repaired and restored. It will provide apartments to three working class families and features a shared use front porch and yard with views of the Hudson River.

Located on the same building lot, a five-unit property at 2 James Street also underwent a gut renovation and repairs to major structural issues. The three-story building will provide homes to five families. It also features views of the Hudson River.

IFCA embarked on major rehabilitation of all 14 of its properties in 2015.

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