November 8, 2018 Bright Power affordable housing

NYHC Award Nominees

Congratulations to This Year’s Honorees and Nominees

We are proud to work with three of the four of the honorees this year:

MBD Community Housing Corp. – Non-Profit of the Year
RDC Development LLC – Developer of the Year
Richard Dattner, FAIA – Clara Fox Award

We are also incredibly proud that Bright Power has been involved in so many impactful affordable housing projects.

Congratulations to Reaching New Heights Residence and Apartments at Landing Road:  Bowery Residents’ Committee (BRC) / Edelman Sultan Knox Wood/Architects LLP for winning the Community Impact Competition!
Bright Power designed and installed the 144 kW solar PV system, provided NYSERDA MPP partner services, and Enterprise Green Community Certification Services. You can read more about the project here.

You can read a bit about each of the other Community Impact Award nominee projects below.

1561 Walton Avenue: Settlement Housing Fund & Briarwood Organization / Edelman Sultan Knox Wood/Architects LLP
Bright Power provided new construction services including Enterprise Green Communities certification and NYSERDA Multifamily Performance Program (MPP) partner services.

Acacia Gardens: Acacia Network / Magnusson Architecture and Planning PC
Bright Power is designing and installing the ~105 kW solar PV array.

Crotona Senior Housing:  HELP USA with SAGE / Magnusson Architecture and Planning PC
We consulted with HELP USA starting with their tax credit funding application and are providing energy efficiency, green building, and mechanical system commissioning services including NYSERDA New Construction Program and Enterprise Green Communities consulting. We designed and will install a 90.72 kW solar PV array atop a trellis-pergola steel framing system. You can read more about the project here.

Gateway Elton Phase III:  Hudson Companies / Dattner Architects
Bright Power is designing and installing the 268 kW solar PV array atop a structural steel framing system.

The Goldin at Essex Crossing:  Delancey Street Associates – a joint venture of L+M Development Partners, BFC Partners, Taconic Investment Partners / Dattner Architects
Bright Power is providing LEED Neighborhood Development and Enterprise Green Communities certification services across all sites of the Essex Crossing development, in addition to securing NYSERDA incentives. We also designed and installed 31 kW of solar PV on The Goldin at Essex Crossing.

Melrose Commons:  The Bridge / Magnusson Architecture and Planning PC
Bright Power provided NYSERDA MPP NC partner services and Enterprise Green Communities certification consulting.

Mill Brook Terrace:  West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing (WSFSSH) / Perkins Eastman
We are providing Enterprise Green Communities consulting, NYSERDA NCP partner services, and commissioning. Bright Power providing the feasibility studies and design for a solar PV array.

One Flushing:  Monadnock Development, Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE), Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee (HANAC) / Bernheimer Architecture
We designed and are in the process of installing a 116.1 kW solar PV system.

St. Augustine:  Association of New York Catholic Homes / Magnusson Architecture and Planning PC
We are providing solar design and installation for the 48 kW solar PV array, commissioning, NYSERDA MPP NC partner services, and LEED certification consulting. 

Stanley Commons:  The Kretchmer Companies (KB Companies) / Dattner Architects
We provided NYSERDA MPP NC partner services and Enterprise Green Communities consulting.