IFCA's 2016 Annual Meeting: Pictured L-R IFCA Board Vice Chair, Marlene Cheatham; Ossining Town Supervisor, Dana Levenberg; IFCA Executive Director, Karen D'Attore; IFCA Board Secretary, Mary Ann Roberts; IFCA Board Chair, Maryann Sorese; Village of Ossining Trustee, Quantel Bazemore; Village of Ossining Truste, John Codman; IFCA Volunteer and Honoree, Jean Glassman; Ossining Town Councilperson, Northern Wilcher; New York State Assembyperson, Sandy Galef, IFCA Board Member, Holly von Bernuth; Westchester County Legislator, Catherine Borgia; IFCA Board Treasurer, Terry Fleischman
During 2015, IFCA embarked on major rehabilitation work on all of its 14 properties. This included a gut renovation of 65 Hunter Street, a charming three unit dwelling in the Village of Ossining. Purchased in 1977, this building had some significant structural problems including a rear extension that was built with no foundation. Now repaired and restored to its full potential, this property will provide three working class families with comfortable apartments on a quiet Village Street. The property includes a shared use front porch and yard with Hudson River views.
Located on the same building lot as 65 Hunter Street, is IFCA’s five-unit property at 2 James Street. This multi-family building also required a gut renovation due to significant structural issues with a two floor addition at the rear of the building. Now that it has been restored, IFCA is thrilled to welcome five new families to this three story building with stunning Hudson River Views.