1. University Neighborhood Housing Program (UNHP)

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    The mission of University Neighborhood Housing Program (UNHP) is to create, preserve, and improve affordable housing and bring needed resources to the Northwest Bronx. UNHP achieves its mission in three primary ways; as a community-based affordable housing developer, a Bronx-focused researcher, and through the Northwest Bronx Resource Center as a direct-service provider. The majority of our work benefits the Bronx and the northwest Bronx, a series of neighborhoods that are home to primarily Black, Hispanic, and immigrant low-income families and individuals. Our research work and the NYC multifamily building database we created, known as the Building Indicator Project (BIP) has a citywide impact. UNHP is unique in its approach to its mission as each component of our work influences the other. Our work to build financial stability and housing security with Bronx residents informs our research as does our role as an affordable housing developer. Our involvement with Bronx tenants and residents as well as our research efforts guide our work to bring resources to our community.

  2. MBB

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    MBB is a women-owned architecture firm located in New York City and led by Mary Burnham, Jeffrey Murphy and Sara Grant. Founded in 1998, we are an interdisciplinary studio that integrates architecture, interior design, sustainable design and preservation. An award-winning firm that values diversity and collaboration, MBB’s practice is characterized by innovative programming, thoughtful design and a focus on natural light and materials.

  3. Dattner Architects

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    Dattner Architects is a New York City firm known for design excellence and civic engagement. Our work focuses on civic spaces and the urban experience. We transform environments and strengthen communities through engaged collaboration, thoughtful programming, and creative design. Our designs for transit, schools, libraries, housing, healthcare, parks and recreation facilities, and police and fire stations enrich the urban fabric with distinctive, innovative, and inspiring buildings—positively impacting communities.