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Renaissance returns to Park Slope.

The return of Con Edison's RENAISSANCE Housing Program to Park Slope was marked by a ribboncutting at 1405 Eight Avenue. The formerly vacant four-story brick building has been rehabilitated into condominiums. Financing for this $1.2 million project was provided by Hamilton Federal Savings and Loan. For the past 15 years, RENAISSANCE has refurbished vacant lots and buildings in Brooklyn and transformed them into reasonably price cooperative and condominium apartments. Participating in the recent ribboncutting were: (L to R in front) Ray Zagami, developer; Francesca Zagami, future developer; Fred Raphael, future developer; Steve Raphael, developer; Paul Kerzner, manager, RENAISSANCE; (L to R) Kevin Burke, vice president, Con Edison; Rosemarie Markgraf, vice president, Brooklyn Board of Realtors; Paul DiNatle, commissioner, Brooklyn Buildings department; Captain Palazzo, 78th precinct; Biagio Madaio, Hamilton Federal Savings & Loan.
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Title Annotation:Renaissance Housing Program; Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Mar 24, 1993
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