This new mid-rise building provides 101 units of affordable housing on a former parking lot in the NYC Housing Authority’s Van Dyke Houses campus. The 12-story building includes 44 one-bedroom units and 56 two-bedroom units, as well as a community space and a mental health clinic. 30 percent of the units are reserved for homeless families and families at risk of homelessness, and all units are permanently affordable. Within the building, spaces are allocated to CAMBA’s social services and employment training programs for residents. The “L” shaped building is designed to create a transition between the street and the Van Dyke campus. The curved corner provides a strong visual identity for the building, serving as a gateway to the neighborhood, and the building’s design incorporate sustainable elements to conserve energy, reduce environmental impacts, and promote the health of residents.