At the end of the day, quality housing is what matters most.

Together, we’re building stronger communities.

Over the course of our history, our investment in multifamily properties has improved housing quality, revitalized communities and has had a profound impact on the individuals and families who call them home.




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Regency Park Apartments

Regency Park Apartments, 2120 Western Avenue, Guilderland, New York This property, consisting of…

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364 White Street, New Jersey

CPC’s SBL loans in New Jersey totaled $3,090,000, and will be used by…

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The Crawford Building

The Crawford building is a six-story, 33-unit senior residence located in Middletown, New…

Winnrers Circle, Ballston Spa
Winners Circle at Saratoga Phase III

Located in New York’s Capital District, Saratoga County has seen tremendous population growth…

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The Parkchester Complex

CPC’s investment in preserving the Parkchester complex is our flagship example of how…

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Beaver Meadow, Phase I

Located in Jefferson County, the City of Watertown is home to a growing…

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160 West 142nd Street

One of CPC’s first loans under Freddie Mac’s Small Balance Loan (SBL) program,…

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The Huntley Building

The Huntley building was part of a federally subsidized rental portfolio known as…

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The DePaul Rochester View Apartments

We believe that quality housing can offer people with special needs an enriching…

2940 W 24 St, Brooklyn
The Ocean Towers

This 19-story, 360-unit former Mitchell-Lama property was built in 1974 and left the…

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The West Farms Community

One of our most vulnerable and rapidly growing populations, senior citizens often face…

Bevier Building, Syracuse
The Bevier Memorial Building

The National Register–listed Bevier Memorial Building, located in Downtown Rochester, was designed by…

500 Seneca St, Buffalo
500 Seneca Street

The 500 Seneca Street project is located in Buffalo’s emerging Hydraulics District, formerly…

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1641 Andrews Avenue

1641 Andrews Avenue underscores our decades-long commitment to investing in the revitalization of…

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The Mill at Middletown

The Mill at Middletown is being adapted from a late 19th-century mill that…

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118 Jay Street

More than half of New York State’s population lives in small multifamily buildings…

Mill Street
Build It Back Program

CPC has partnered with the City of New York to administer its Multifamily…

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Underwriting Energy Efficiency: A Lender Handbook

At every transaction, mortgage lenders have an opportunity to talk to building owners…

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SPARC Program

CPC has partnered with the State of New York to administer its Small…

121 St. Nicholas Avenue, Harlem
Distressed Properties

With our funding partners we are piloting a program to bring a stable…

500 Seneca St, Buffalo
Sustainability

To address the need for healthy, stable, and viable housing, CPC has developed…

Testimonials

"As an affordable tenant-owned- and operated building, keeping costs to a minimum, but not at the expense of our comfort or safety, has always been a priority of residents here. Working with The NYC Pension Funds, CPC & all of the other private and public housing and financing agencies, we have been able to accomplish that. With these upgrades, we can look forward to living in a more environmentally sensitive and economically sensible building for many more years."
Willie Mae Anderson
Treasurer of The United Tenants Association of Cathedral Parkway Towers and Manager of Cathedral Parkway Towers
“The ongoing development in this region continues to benefit from public-private partnerships, and I would like to thank CPC & HCR, the financing entities from NYS and every partner involved for helping to develop these brand new, high-quality senior apartments. I appreciate this opportunity to continue to bring affordable homes to the New Windsor region."
Jonah Mandelbaum
President, MJJ Builders Corp/Warwick Properties Inc.
"This project will restore an important landmark to its former beauty while further enhancing the significant investments that are already taking place in western Downtown. I want to thank Rafael Cestero, Doug Sutherland and all the men & women at CPC and Franklin Bevier LLC for helping us draw upon Rochester’s proud heritage to bring new energy and vitality to the Center City.”
Lovely A. Warren
Mayor of Rochester
"We have been a borrower with CPC for an excess of 15 years. Their staff is creative, helpful and professional in every manner. I plan to continue our relationship with CPC for a long time in the future."
Mark J. Rosen
Principal, Dawn Homes Managment
"We are fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with The Community Preservation Corporation. Each of your staff members played an important role in restoring our ability to respond to the need for quality, affordable housing in our community."
Sharon Hutchinson
Executive Director, Auburn Housing Authority
“I am so thankful to have been given the opportunity to work with CPC, the City of Buffalo, and other partners to preserve and renovate this historic landmark and develop such an incredible housing development that will benefit the entire City. Hotel @ The Lafayette is an excellent example of how quality development is essential to the vitality and continuing growth of Buffalo’s downtown district."
Rocco Termini
President, Signature Development, LLC
“As a downtown developer working in both Syracuse and Rochester, Franklin Properties looks for partners who share our vision for restoring landmark architecture and creating great places where people want to live. CPC & the Common Retirement Fund have been valuable partners through the years in providing the necessary investment to bring these developments to life. Our work would not be possible without their support.”
Doug Sutherland
Managing Partner, Franklin Properties
“Raymond James would like to congratulate Ken and Shawn Kearney, RSS, and all of the project partners who made this project a reality, especially The Community Preservation Corporation and TD Bank, both of whom worked with Raymond James on project financing.”
Darryl Seavey
Managing Director Northeast Region, Raymond James Financial, Inc.