Developed by long term client, SKA Marin, and constructed by Procida Construction Corp. Metro East 99th Street is the first Medicaid Redesign Team project in New York State. The project was named the country’s Best Supportive Housing Project in 2015 by Affordable Housing Finance magazine. This newly constructed building contains 172 units, with a mix of studios and one bedroom apartments designed for low-income elderly and non-elderly residents who are transitioning from hospitals, nursing homes, long-term care facilities and are high Medicaid users. There is an adult day program on the first floor run by the Carter Burden Center for residents’ use. The building is located on East 99th Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue in Manhattan, across the street from Metropolitan Hospital.
301 East 99th Street, New York, NY
Client: SKA Marin
Architect: Dattner Architects
General Contractor: Procida Construction Corp.