Construction has topped out on the eight-story-story, 82-unit mixed-income affordable residential project, dubbed Webster Green, at 3100 Webster Avenue, located on the corner of East 204th Street in the West Bronx’s Norwood section. The latest building permits indicate the structure encompasses 76,900 square feet and rises 93 feet to its rooftop.
The project will contain 41 affordable residential units, which will rent at below-market rates to households at or below 60 percent area median income. These apartments should average 1,069 square feet apiece. The other 41 units will be designated as supportive housing, reserved for low-income adults with disabilities. Those should average 553 square feet each.
The Doe Fund, an organization that builds services and housing for formerly homeless and incarcerated men, veterans, and people with AIDS, is the developer. Magnusson Architecture and Planning is the architect of record. Completion is expected in Spring 2018.