The painting portion of the backyard makeover at 1812 St Johns nears completion

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Adding some color to a previously drab backyard

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Britt claims it was her first time using spay paint, but her results suggest otherwise...

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The space behind the residences at 1812 St. Johns needed a makeover

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Interested applicants are urged to attend a Habitat-NYC home ownership information sessions. BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Bring your family home...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Are you ready to...BECOME A HOMEOWNER?!

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Being a family partner starts here...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Families Celebrate New Habitat for Humanity Homes

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To build a home takes teamwork. BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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This can be your home.... BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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This family is happy they made the choice...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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A family partner cut the ribbon to her new home. BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Candace George and her five children moved into a Habitat-NYC home in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. From Candace's tireless dedication to HFH-NYC earned her the honor of being the first family partner to become a member of the Board of Directors. BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Sparkly gold dress sandals placed inside the new bedroom closet by one of our family partner's daughter. BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Meet Shontaysiah, a child of one of new Habitat-NYC homeowners who was part of ribbon cutting ceremony at our most recent homes on Hart Street and on Lafayette Avenue. Your kids can welcome you home... BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Pitkin Avenue Street Scene Joe Ellis and his partner Jerome live in the community and can be found on Pitkin Avenue every day selling fresh watermelons, mangos and more. “The community is developing and coming together,” Joe says. We welcome you...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Pitkin Avenue Street Scene If you’re near our St. John’s Place condos and looking for fresh fruit, it doesn’t get any better than this outdoor stand! Home is where you are greeted with a smile...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Journalist Ron Howell and his mother Marian Baker Howell — Bertram Baker’s daughter — celebrate their joy over the renamed street with a kiss. Marian Baker Howell still lives in the neighborhood. Live where history was made...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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Bertram L. Baker Way A block of Jefferson Avenue (between Tompkins and Throop) was recently named Bertram L. Baker Way in honor of Brooklyn’s first black elected official. Baker was a member of the Assembly, representing Bed-Stuy. Be proud to live in Brooklyn...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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849 Halsey Street renovation on this 1910 building started with interior demolition and now is just about complete where six families will enjoy one-bedroom, one-den condominiums facing Saratoga Square Park. Make a change...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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If you’re in Ocean Hill-Brownsville on a scorching day look for Edwin, who sells shaved ices from his street cart. Edwin is a second-generation ices man — he’s following in his father’s footsteps — and is a gourmet at shaving a block of ice and transforming it into a cooling summer treat. Try his favorite: tamarind and pineapple, with a splash of condensed milk! Become part of the neighborhood...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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475 Monroe Street with the restored facade. Live in an historic area...BECOME A HOMEOWNER!

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475 Monroe Street built around 1931, this Romanesque Revival building will be transformed into eight LEED-green affordable condos. Progress is being made on this building, and the beautiful facade is being lovingly restored.

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