Sugar Hill Affordable Housing Complex To Include Museum, Educational Center

Mayor Michael Bloomberg and other elected officials and community leaders attended a groundbreaking ceremony today for a new affordable housing complex in the Sugar Hill section of upper Manhattan that will also include educational services and a children’s museum.

The $80 million Sugar Hill Development, which is being constructed on the side of a former parking garage at St. Nicholas Avenue and West 155th Street, at the edges of West Harlem and Washington Heights, will offer 124 affordable units.

“This building is genuinely affordable to the lowest economic rung, including homeless people, but also to working people,” said Broadway Housing Communities Executive Director Ellen Baxter.

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