Enterprise’s New Community Organizer Fellowship

Enterprise is excited to announce our brand new Community Organizer Fellowship. The fellowship seeks to empower and support communities across New York State. This comes at a critical time when pressing issues such as family homelessness and displacement are at the forefront of affordable housing and community development concerns. Enterprise is thrilled to provide funding […]

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Community Scholars Application Information

Applications for the next Columbia Community Scholars cohort beginning in Fall of 2019 are currently being accepted. Applications are due on Thursday, May 9th. Eligibility: You must be a Borough of Manhattan resident living north of 96th Street You cannot have a current affiliation with Columbia University You must have a High School Diploma, GED […]

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CB11 Brand and Communications Survey

Manhattan Community Board 11 (CB11) is working with Hester Street to develop a series of graphic + print materials that communicate to East Harlem community members what the CB is and does, and how they can get involved. These materials will be designed to represent the unique values and mission of CB11 and will also […]

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City Officials, Local Elected Officials and Community Stakeholders Break Ground on Mixed-Use Development in East Harlem

One East Harlem Will Create Nearly 300 Units of Affordable Housing, and Cultural, Retail and Open Space to East Harlem (Rendering: S9 Architecture) East Harlem, NY – Today, New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) Executive Vice President and COO Rachel Loeb, Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Acting Commissioner Eric Enderlin, Housing Development […]

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