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Fox Point

A Green Supportive and low-income housing in Bronx, NY.
  • 1015 Fox Street
  • Bronx
  • NY
  • 10459

  • Fox Point provides 48 units of affordable housing for formerly homeless and low-income families and individuals. What distinguishes it from other supportive housing projects is that Fox Point is one of the first to seek a LEED Silver accreditation.

    Through the integration of green systems and materials into the building’s design and operation, Fox Point creates a healthy background for living and ensures its long-term affordability.
  • Construction year
  • 2009
  • Size in sq. ft.
  • 54600
  • No. floors
  • 7
  • Certification
  • USGBC LEED (Include rating system and level under ""Other"" below), LEED Silver
  • Green Energy Features
  • Microturbine for waste energy capture and reuse
  • Energy Efficiency Features
  • Built-in sun shades; Argon-filled, low-E windows; Highly efficient building envelope; Energy Star appliances; energy efficient lighting throughout
  • Green Products
  • Bamboo flooring; Low-VOC paints; regionally sourced materials
  • Water Conservation Features
  • 2 Green rooftops
  • Transportation
  • 2, 5 trains - Simpson Ave station
    6 train - Hunts Point Ave station
    Bicycle parking
  • Type of building (home, school, commercial, etc.)
  • Supportive and low-income housing
  • Designer
  • OCV Architects
  • Builder
  • P&P Contracting Corp
  • Company Public
  • Palladia, Inc
  • Owner/Developer
  • Palladia, Inc
  • Number of units
  • 48