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December 13, 2016

Exploring the Metropolis Announces Randall Woolf as Inaugural Composer-in-Residence for Ridgewood Bushwick Program

September 22, 2016

Exploring the Metropolis Announces the Inaugural Round of the EtM Ridgewood Bushwick Composer Residency

October 22, 2015

Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc. and partners to celebrate the opening of a new senior housing development in East New York, Brooklyn

June 27, 2015

Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council supports Bushwick artists and the long-standing creative community of Bushwick

April 1, 2015

Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council Launches a New Community Initiative & Request for Proposals

November 1, 2014

Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Announces the Opening of the First Multi-Family Passive House in the Nation

RBSCC in the News

True Holy Church to Build New Facilities with 67 Affordable Units Atop
Nonprofits Join Up to Increase Affordable Housing Heft
Working Theater's BAMBOO IN BUSHWICK to Explore Gentrification in Brooklyn, Off-Broadway This Spring
Bushwick ready for the spotlight
Borough President Adams Expands Groundbreaking Faith-based Development Initiative in Latest [Uniform Land Use Review Procedure] ULURP Recommendations
Here's What Bushwick Might Look Like Under New Rezoning Plan
Tough Choices Face Bushwick as Rezoning Approaches
New Free Course Helps Boards Save Energy and Money (At a building overseen by RBSCC, a Brooklyn building superintendent completes the NYC Building Operator Training Program)
Stalled Bushwick Community Rezoning Plan Pushes Forward
Non-profit organizations featured in the forefront of affordable housing development
Working with Local Artists
Citymeals On Wheels Delivers Hot Food To Those In Need
Housing for the Ages--The Quest to Build Coretta Scott-King Senior Apartments
Mayor de Blasio Announces New Energy Efficiency Program for Apartment Buildings
10-Story, 67-Unit Affordable Building to Replace Church at 1860 Eastern Parkway, Brownsville
Music Organization Wants to Give NYC Composers Studio Space and a Stipend in Bushwick
Bushwick, the Sequel: The Long-Sought Redevelopment of the Rheingold Brewery Site Is Shaping Up to be a Game Changer
Community-Driven Rezoning Aims to Stall Displacement in Bushwick
Success with Passive House: An Interview with Ryan Cassidy
City Slow to Embrace Land Trusts as Housing Tool
The Emerging (High School!) Artists of Bushwick's Casa Experimental Show at Silent Barn
Policy Forum: Greening NYC's Affordable Housing
5 Ways Affordable Housing Will Get Better Retail Space
Ridgewood Tenants Learn Their Housing Rights at Emergency Meeting
Citymeals on Wheels Brings Christmas Dinner
One Architect's Revolutionary Plan to Make Old Buildings Energy Efficient
Nearly 200,000 People Applied for 14 Affordable Apartments in Bushwick: HPD
Parsons Students Created a Gazette to Provide Affordable Housing Info for Bushwick Residents
Restoring Art to It's Original Creators in Bushwick
Ultra-Energy-Efficient Apartments Obtain Permanent Financing
Lenders take a leap of faith on nation's first passive affordable development
The Passive House in New York
NYC church partners for highly efficient apartments:'Passive house' complex a first for the United States
Inside the country's first multi-family affordable passive house apartments
Leading Beyond LEED: NYC Buildings and the Evolving Fight to Consume Less Energy
Bushwick affordable passive house apartments nearly complete

Case Studies and Articles

An Active Market for Passive (see pages 29-33)
One City Built to Last: Transforming New York City's Buildings for a Low-Carbon Future (see page 36)
Reclaiming the Land, Revitalizing Communities (see page 23)

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