Homeless veterans move into Bed-Stuy housing

A group of 22 veterans is no longer homeless now that they have moved into permanent housing in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens made sure a handful of apartments within the

News 12 Staff

Nov 11, 2015, 3:15 AM

Updated 3,085 days ago

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Homeless veterans move into Bed-Stuy housing
A group of 22 veterans is no longer homeless now that they have moved into permanent housing in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens made sure a handful of apartments within the newly named Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan Residence were set aside specifically for veterans.
The $21.7 million renovation was mostly funded by the state.
The new tenants say they are grateful for the simple comforts. Each resident has their own bathroom and kitchenette.


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