Permanent Supportive Housing

Breaking Ground

505 8th Avenue, 5th Floor
(212) 389-9300

Common Ground is developing the Chelsea Residence at the site of the former McBurney YMCA, which will provide supportive housing for homeless, mentally ill adults (50% of the units) and  low-income working people (50% of the units). The building will also house a “Foyer Program” for 40 young people. Common Ground owns, and manages several other buildings that provide supportive housing, including the Times Square at 255 West 23rd Street.

Flemister House

527 West 22nd Street
(212) 604-0124

Housing for people with HIV and AIDS.

Frederic Fleming House

443 West 22nd Street
(212) 242-5277

Provides long-term residential care to 47 elderly, mentally ill, formerly homeless adults, under contract to New York State. Sponsored by West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing.

Project Renewal

Holland House: 351 West 42nd Street, (212) 245-6600
Clinton Residence: 448 West 48th Street, (212) 582-1133

Project Renewal runs two permanent supportive housing facilities within Community Board No. 4. These two residences serve the formerly homeless and the mentally ill, among others. The Clinton Residence also includes a drop-in center. Project Renewal also provides mobile outreach services to the homeless in conjunction with Bowery Residents Committee, the Times Square BID, and AMTRAK. Outreach efforts include a mobile medical van and a mobile psychiatric team that serves City shelters and drop-in centers.

St. Francis Friends of the Poor

155 West 22nd Street
148 Eighth Avenue
(646) 638-2182

These two facilities provides permanent supportive housing for the mentally ill and formerly homeless.