New units of affordable housing coming to Bronx, Brooklyn

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The city has selected developers to build new units of affordable housing in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan.

According to the Daily News, there will be a total of 400 units on 67 small, vacant and publicly owned lots.

Chosen developers include six nonprofits and two minority- or women-owned firms. This includes local company Bronx-pro.

Units will be built in Fordham and Melrose in the Bronx, as well as other neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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