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Completed after nearly two years of construction, the 3, square foot space at Marcy Avenue and Walton Street will house a pair of offices, two activity rooms, four bathrooms, and a community kitchen, which will allow for vital programs and services to foster the wellbeing of over 4, Marcy residents, said Mayor Bill de Blasio. Nonprofit Grand St. Settlement will help run programs like school tutoring, workforce training, and health training DYCD Cornerstone program that serve at-risk communities around the city.
Comedian Tracy Morgan, a former resident The marcy projects the nearby Tompkins Houses, became emotional at the Friday afternoon ribbon-cutting, saying the center would provide youth with a much-needed outlet to become successful members of society. The opening of the new space also marked a personal journey for City Hall staffer Tahirah Moore, who grew up in the Marcy Houses and played a key role in seeing the project to its completion.
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