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News - 01.14.16
Halletts Point

Halletts Point breaks ground

This morning, Mayor de Blasio, HPD Commissioner Been, Queens officials, residents and The Durst Organization today broke ground on a new development that will bring hundreds of new affordable apartments for low-income families, a new school, new open space, renovated playgrounds and better transportation to residents in Astoria: Halletts Point. Dattner Architects developed the master plan and is designing the first building on the campus, which will open in 2018.   This building will  include 405 units, at least 81 units of which will be affordable to low-income families earning 40% and 50% of AMI.  The building will house a full-sized supermarket as part of the City’s FRESH program.

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