A Sample of Our Projects
St. Albans Cycle of Life
St. Albans, New York
The St. Albans Cycle of Life housing development is located in St. Albans, Queens. This project will provide quality housing acutely needed for a mix of affordable families and will create an important community- oriented space. Project Features: SACL Farmers LLC is a partnership between Hadrian NY LLC and the not for profit organization, St. Albans Cycle of Life, Inc. This exciting $26 million project consists of 67 apartments and a multi-purpose civic space. Timing: The project received the NYC Board of Standards and Appeals approval for height, density, parking & FAR in October 2014. May 2015, the project was awarded an allocation of the 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credit and State Low Income Housing Tax Credits from The New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal. Construction Loan Closing will be in Spring 2016.
Pleasantville, New York
The developer acquired parcels 101 and 117 Washington Avenue, Pleasantville, New York in August 2014. The developer obtained Village of Pleasantville Planning Board Final Site Plan approval to construct a mixed use project consisting of commercial office space, 13 market rate apartments and 1 affordable apartment. The Project will be 3 stories tall and have 27 off street parking spaces. The apartments will range in size from 901 square feet to 1,051 square feet. The commercial office will be approximately 1,600 square feet. The original structures were razed in March 2015 and construction is anticipated to commence in June 2015.
60 West First Street
Mount Vernon, New York
The project included the demolition of existing structure and construction of a new 43 unit affordable housing building close to the heart of Mount Vernon’s municipal and business district. Construction commenced in July 2010 and completed November 2011.
Ossining Trust Bank Flats
Ossining, New York
The adaptive reuse of the former Ossining Post Office, which is situated in the heart of Ossining, New York. In 1873 the building was originally constructed as a Post Office and later used by the Ossining National Bank. After 110 years of varying uses the building was vacated permanently in 1983. The plan for the building is to construct 12 affordable condominiums and 1 commercial condominium. The 12 units will be comprised of 6 – 1 bedroom units and 6 – 2 bedroom units and marketed to those families that are below 80% of Westchester County’s Area Median Income, specifically 71% of Westchester’s AMI. Public financing including Westchester County HOME, Housing Implementation Fund and New Homes Land Acquisition grant and the NYS Affordable Housing Corp Grant.
Horton’s Mill Village
White Plains, New York
Horton’s Mill Village is a 17 unit affordable town house condominium project located in White Plains, New York. This was a project that the county of Westchester invited Trinity to respond to. In this case the site itself, which was ten acres in total had the support of the Westchester Land Conservancy and wanted the entire site reserved for a park. In our compromise with the Westchester Land Conservancy among others was the promise to dedicate 8 acres back to the Westchester County Land Trust in a conservation easement. Additionally we agreed to perform an archeological survey on the site to insure that there were no relevant artifacts on the site. This was a project that had three previous developers over a span of six years, attached to it that never got beyond planning approval at the local level. All Condominiums were Completed & Sold in July 2008
Homes @ Delia Court
Yonkers, New York
The Hoover Road affordable housing project is a project that came out of the extremely volatile and controversial desegregation lawsuit initiated by the NAACP against the City Of Yonkers. As part of the remedy order made by Federal Judge Leonard Sands, the City of Yonkers was ordered to create 100 units of affordable housing each year for the next 10 years starting with the year 1997. Hoover Road which was a small site at the end of a dead end street in Northwest Yonkers, was one of the sites selected by the city for development. In February 1998 the City Of Yonkers issued an RFP for a developer to develop the site. The developer was selected and then in 2001 the developer and contractor backed out of the deal citing the difficulty of the site as the reason. In 2002 the City of Yonkers specifically contacted members of the Trinity Team to respond to a new RFP for the site. In April 2002 Trinity was designated and in May 2003 Trinity closed on the property and altered the original plans to compensate for the poor site conditions, the site was 90% rock. Permits were submitted in September 2003 and issued in January 2004. We completed the project and sold out all of the units in April of 2005.
Drum Hill Senior Living Community
Peekskill, New York
Drum Hill located in Peekskill, New York was one of those sites that people would always look at and say,” I wish someone would do something with that”. The site sat vacant and uninhabited for more than 15 years. No less than two developers attempted to develop the Drum Hill site with no success. Obstacles such as the historic significance, the surrounding residential community, and the extent of the deterioration of the building all made less capable and committed developers walk away from the project. The building was listed on the National Historic Registry in 1979 enabling the project to be financed using historic tax credits in addition to low income tax credits, Westchester HIF funds, and tax exempt bond financing. The construction of this 120-unit project began in November of 1998 and included the historic renovation of the existing building and the construction of a new 72 – unit wing. The property was placed in service in December of 1999. This 14 month construction schedule was better than originally anticipated. Drum Hill reached stabilization 6 months ahead of schedule and all of the banks covenants were met within the first year of operation. The project which has now been in operation for the past 5 years enjoys a great reputation and continues to enjoy a 95 to 100 percent occupancy level. Trinity is beginning its 8th year of management of this 120 unit facility, which includes tax credit compliance and age restrictions.