Dorothy Day Apartments, a 70-unit apartment building on the edge of Harlem, serves formerly homeless families and is the sixth such project by the non-profit group Broadway Housing Communities, founded by Ellen Baxter ’75, H’05.
“I love this place. It’s a lifesaver,” says Arturo Basilio in the article, on behalf of so many of his fellow tenants who’ve known tough times.
Read the New York Daily News article to learn more about this project, a seventh one that’s on the way, and how Baxter got her start. Broadway Housing’s leadership team also includes Mary Ann Villari ’75, the organization’s managing director and general counsel.