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East Harlem Supportive Housing Development: Construction Update #1

Construction is progressing rapidly on the 50-apartment, long-term housing development at 123rd Street in East Harlem. The building will provide a supportive, independent living environment for individuals who have overcome mental health problems and drug, alcohol and/or significant medical conditions.

The main structure was completed in early 2009 and is scheduled to open in September. An architectural rendering of the building is available in our Fall 2007 Newsletter.

February 2009

Odyssey House broke ground on on the project in July 2007. Below are photos showing the progression of the construction from the groundbreaking through winter 2008.

Summer 2007: The site after the property was cleared and the ground leveled.

Summer 2008: Site work began with trenching.

Early Fall 2008: The foundation coming out of the ground.

Fall 2008: The foundation walls.

Fall 2008: The framing is almost complete.

Late Fall 2008: Working on the masonry walls.

Winter 2008: Completing the third floor.

For more information about the building, as well as photos from the July 2007 groundbreaking ceremony, please
click here.

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