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ConEd RENAISSANCE cuts third ribbon in Bushwick.

ConEdison's RENAISSANCE Housing Program is pleased to announce the completion of yet another major rehabilitation at 475-477 Wilson Avenue between Jefferson Avenue and Hancock Street, in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

The husband and wife development team, of Michael and Elina D'Annunzio have rehabed these long vacant two four-story walk-up apartment buildings into 16 spacious condominiums affordable to surrounding area residents.

Joint financing of $1.28 million was obtained through the Small Buildings Rehabilitation and Sale Program Administered by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPC).
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Title Annotation:Consolidated Edison Company of New York Inc. announces completion of rehabilitation project for RENAISSANCE Housing Program apartment building in Brooklyn, New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jun 9, 1993
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