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Metro East 99th Street Wins for Best Supportive Housing Project in the County!
“The East Harlem project came about when a long-term care facility was slated to be closed. Many of the patients no longer needed full-time care. They could live independently if they had the right services, but they had few housing options, says Sydelle Marin Knepper, CEO of developer SKA Marin.” http://www.housingfinance.com/developments/ny-housing-development-seeks-to-reduce-medicaid-costs_o