The Federal Home Loan Bank of New York has awarded about $2.2 million in affordable-housing grants throughout Western New York.
Monsignor Adamski Village was the recipient of a $559,650 grant to help finance a renovation project. The agency will rehabilitate a 50-unit facility for low-income senior citizens and individuals with disabilities.
*Martin Luther King Community Development Corp., $105,000 to help fund the rehabilitation of seven owner-occupied homes.
*Pathstone Inc., Jamestown, $800,000 to preserve 99 affordable homes.
*West Side Neighborhood Housing Services, Buffalo, $154,000 to help finance the White's Livery Apartments project to create 14 units.
*Old First Ward Community Association, $150,000 for its home repair program, which will provide rehabilitation funds to 15 Buffalo homeowners.
*Southeast Works, Depew, $140,000 to fund the Walden Apartments project, an independent living facility for eight developmentally disabled people.
*Chautauqua Home Rehabilitation and Improvement Corp., $40,000 for its Neighborhood Stabilization to rehabilitate a vacant two-family home in Jamestown.
*Wyoming County Community Action, Arcade, Wyoming County, $189,000 to help finance Northridge Homes II, a project to create 18 homes for low-income families and people.
*Community Action, $180,000 to create 19 units of supportive housing for low-income senior citizens in Perry.