Genesis Companies partners with the First Corinthian Baptist Church’s opening of the HOPE Center

We are honored to have partnered with FCBC as they continue to make a powerful impact, with the mental health center, in the Harlem Community.  Check out the full article here

East Orange Housing Project Awarded $2.17 Million from FHLBNY !

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Making Harlem Home

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Randall’s Island Park Alliance Trustee, Karim Hutson, represented in the Run the River 5K

Newly appointed Trustee, Karim Hutson of Genesis Companies, LLC was represented well by these lovely ladies at the Randall's Island Park Alliance Run the River 5K on October 29th. This run was an effort towards protecting and restoring Randall’s Island’s beautiful shoreline and wetland areas which provide habitat for endangered species, improve water quality, and offer space to host environmental education programs.

Fulop Administration Breaks Ground on 64 Unit Affordable Residential Project in Greenville

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Chair of Community Board No.10, Brian Benjamin!

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Congratulations to Brian Benjamin for being a recipient of the Man of Distinction Award!

Assembly Member Keith L. T. Wright and I will host a Men of Distinction Awards Ceremony to recognize men who are making strides impacting their local communities. These are men who have made a great impact on the community, through professional or voluntary endeavors. We recognize that you exemplify these qualities and we would like to honor you as a Man of Distinction. -Council Member Inez E. Dickens

The newly elected Vice Chair of the New York Real Estate Chamber Board, Brian Benjamin!

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Years After Fleeing Violence, Man Returns to Harlem to Make a Difference

HARLEM — Brian Benjamin was only 4 years old when his mom chose to move out of their apartment on 147th Street and Amsterdam Avenue to escape ongoing neighborhood violence.

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Congratulations to Brian Benjamin for being a Crain’s 40 under 40 Honoree!

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Keeping Neighborhoods Affordable: Mayor de Blasio and Local Officials Tour $70 Million, 28-Building Rehabilitation Project Underway in Harlem

March 14, 2016

Partnership with M/WBE firm will keep over 350 apartments affordable for low ­income families for next 30 years

Tenants receiving new bathrooms and kitchens, upgrades to security, lighting and common areas

NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio and Council Member Inez Dickens today visited a $70 million, 28­building rehabilitation project underway in Harlem. The massive affordable housing preservation project will repair apartments, improve the buildings and keep the rents of 358 apartments affordable to low­income families for the next 30 years.

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Assemblyman Wright and community leaders laud affordable housing in Harlem

Genesis Companies, an MWBE firm committed to the development of affordable housing citywide, was joined by New York State Assembly Housing Chairman Keith L.T. Wright, HPD Assistant Commissioner Susan Kensky, community leaders and elected officials to recognize the public-private collaboration between the City of New York and Genesis Companies.

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