Urban Pathways Real Estate
The “housing first” philosophy is the cornerstone of Urban Pathways’ mission and the foundation of its supportive and permanent housing programs. Throughout eleven residences in Manhattan, the Bronx and Queens, Urban Pathways helps adults move rapidly into housing from the street, public spaces, or temporary shelter.
Urban Pathways’ supportive housing residences include Ivan Shapiro House, 53rd St. Apartments and Cluster House in Manhattan; The Residence at Hallet’s Cove in Queens, Hegeman Safe Haven In Brooklyn; and the Boston Road Apartments, Clinton Avenue Apartments, Hughes House, Crotona Community Residence, and The Residences at 162nd Street in the Bronx. Additional residences like the Howard Amron House at 166 East 100th Street in New York City are in development .