The courtyard of 1520 and 1530 Story Avenue. rendering by Curtis + Ginsberg Architects

Construction Begins On 1520 And 1530 Story Avenue, 435 Units Of Affordable Housing In Soundview

BY REBECCA BAIRD-REMBA • [New York YIMBY] – FEBRUARY 7, 2017 A year and a half ago, YIMBY wrote about a pair of affordable rental buildings headed for the rent-stabilized Lafayette Boynton complex in the Soundview section of the South Bronx. Now, Nelson Management Group and L+M Development are ...

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Nelson Management Christmas Decorations Written About In The NY Times

It has been more than 20 years since Emily Brown, a retired social worker in the Bronx, has seen the holiday lights and decorations at Rockefeller Center, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue and Cartier. It would just be too much trouble and too many people. But this year, Ms. Brown, 76, has to go no farther than her own lobby to get a taste of them.

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Sprawling Bronx apartment complex gets $17M makeover

by: Real Estate Weekly

A $17 million renovation project has been completed in the Soundview neighborhood of the Bronx.

The 972-unit Lafayette Boynton complex has been given the massive overhaul by Nelson Management Group, through its investment arm Global One Investments led by principals Robert Nelson and Michael Gerstein, and L+M Development Partners, through its New York Affordable Housing Preservation Fund (NYAH).

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Nelson Management and L+M Dev. complete $17 million renovation; Improvements designed by Robert Cane Architects

by: New England Real Estate Journal
source: NYREJ.com

Nelson Management and L+M Dev. complete $17 million renovation; Improvements designed by Robert Cane Architects

Bronx, NY Nelson Management Group, through its investment arm Global One Investments led by principals Robert Nelson and Michael Gerstein, and L+M Development Partners, through its New York Affordable Housing Preservation Fund (NYAH), have reinvigorated Lafayette Boynton, their 972-unit apartment complex in the Soundview neighborhood of the borough, with the completion of $17 million in capital improvements.

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