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Joint Proposed Projects
Here is a list of our joint proposed projects:
- Affordable Apartment Units- HHCC’s plans to acquire & develop or renovate apartment units & rent to low income family or single workers and rent out half the Apartment Units to Section 8 government funded programs, also HHCC will allow commercial use at certain building where available to add retail or grocery store(s).
- Healthcare facilities- HHCC plans to acquire & operate hospitals, clinics and health centers; in order to provide a section for research & development seeking a cure for diseases(e g. Cancer , HIV etc …) also renting space to private doctors for independent specialized treatments in cancer & other diseases that need to be cured.
- University & College facilities- HHCC plans to acquire “abandoned” buildings or, under developed buildings that will be used and leased to universities for students attending the University; under market pricing to families that visit students from out of town as well as for foreign exchange students, on a monthly basis. The facilities will be managed by HHCC for a fee. Another section of the facilities will be made for research & development students creating inventions, environmental products, engineering software developers & Biotech research, and additional space will be used as incubators for those seeking to rent space at below-market price for their own business.
- New Public & Educational facilities- HHCC’s plan to build new public schools and other educational entities; as pointed out above there is a great need. This will allow HHCC to redesign and re-create the learning atmosphere in their respective school districts; independent professionals can use the class room to educate or train those enrolled in their programs/services for a fee. These properties built or purchased will be owned and managed by HHCC, furthermore these funds will be used to create jobs and prevent community school districts from sinking into disrepair.
- Manufacturing/Out-Sourcing centers- HHCC plans in this section to acquire Abandoned buildings to lease to fortune 500-1000 while providing them skilled and unskilled labor from individuals in high-unemployment communities.
- Incubators facilities- HHCC plans to renovate buildings in the (5) five boroughs that will offer incubators and office space services to small business start-ups or existing companies, R & D and adult continuing education.
The few Proposed Joint Projects herein mentioned will make a difference within the communities once these projects are complete, and furthermore, the investments will not only bring an income to the investors, it will also allow HHCC to cover its own expenses and not have to depend 100% of the time on donations/investments.