East Clarke Place Senior Residence

Our new 122-unit housing development in the Bronx for older adults with limited incomes.

A Warm Welcome Home

Soon we will be opening the doors of East Clarke Place Senior Residence—our newest affordable housing development.

The 14-story, 122-unit rental building in the Jerome Avenue Highbridge-Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx will provide safe and affordable permanent housing for low- and very low-income older adults. Thirty-seven fully furnished units are set aside for seniors who are chronically homeless who will also benefit from a comprehensive range of supportive services.

On-site case management and wellness staff will help residents access benefits, create connections with community resources, and assist with medication management. Activities like art therapy, gardening, game nights, trips to museums or shopping centers, yoga and fitness classes tailored to older adults, and special events will help keep residents safe, active and engaged. Building community to fight the social isolation so common with aging, and for those who have experienced homelessness, is a primary focus.

Help create the home that our older adults deserve—make a gift today.

More About East Clarke Place Senior Residence

East Clarke Place is purpose-built for older adults, with 98 studio and 23 one-bedroom apartments, all ADA accessible. There is a laundry room on every other floor rather than in the basement, next to comfortable, themed lobbies, to encourage socializing. The stairwells have been thoughtfully designed with floor-to-ceiling windows letting in natural light, should residents choose to climb stairs as a form of exercise, protected from the elements. The building boasts a beautiful, landscaped rear yard and outdoor terrace on the 12th floor to provide easy access to fresh air. Front desk staff will provide security 24/7 and there will be a live-in superintendent.

Built to meet the LEED Platinum standard, East Clarke Place features alternative energy elements like a solar panel system on the roof, a rainwater system that will irrigate the landscaping, a green roof, and much more—designed to be cost- and energy-efficient.

Tenants who reside at East Clarke Place must be at least 62 years old and earn 60% or less of the local area’s median income. Those eligible for the set-aside units must currently be homeless. No one will pay more than thirty percent of their income toward rent. Fifty percent of the community units are set aside for residents of Bronx Community Board 5.