ROCKVILLE CENTRE, N.Y. — Omni Housing Development has completed the $33 million renovation of Rockville Centre Apartments in Rockville Centre. The community was constructed in 1968 and is Long Island's first low-income housing complex. Renovations consisted of roof replacements, new kitchens, new baths, energy-efficient insulation, new windows and new heating systems. Funding for the project was provided in part by the New York State Division of Housing & Community Renewal, including more than $4 million in Public Housing Modernization funding, a Low Income Housing Tax Credit allocation and the awarding of Section 8 vouchers for 120 units. Additional funding for the project was provided by a Nassau County Industrial Development Agency bond, a Nassau County HOME grant and the Rockville Centre Housing Authority.
OMNI COMPLETES $33 MILLION AFFORDABLE HOUSING RENOVATION