Meet the team

Bedford Courts LLC

Through the City's RFP process, Bedford Courts LLC, was selected to develop the Bedford Union Armory site. Under a long-term ground lease from the City, the partnership will bring nearly 200 units of affordable housing, a multi-sport recreational facility, community event space, office space and commercial space to Crown Heights, Brooklyn. The recreational facility will feature multi-purpose courts, a swimming pool and an indoor turf field. CAMBA, a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization, will operate and provide associated programming for the recreational facility and community event space. Planned in close coordination with community and local elected officials, Bedford Courts will activate the vacant building, which was built in 1903.

BFC Partners

Committed to development in every sense of the word, BFC Partners not only looks to break ground on new buildings, but to jump-start the neighborhoods around them - economically, culturally, and socially. For the past 30 years, BFC's activities have included the acquisition, development, financing, construction, marketing and management of affordable housing, which includes government subsidized low- and moderate-rental as well as for sale home ownership. As a market leader, BFC and its principals have concluded over $1.5 billion in acquisition and development projects and have over $1 billion currently in development. At the forefront of the revitalization of many neighborhoods - including the East Village, Harlem, Williamsburg, Downtown Brooklyn and Staten Island's North Shore - BFC excels in finding creative solutions to unique and challenging projects.

Marvel Architects

Marvel Architects is dedicated to innovation, sustainability and human-scaled design. For 30 years its collaborative design practice has looked toward the future and at architecture as a response to the behavior of society, whether shaping public space, designing for institutional growth, or expanding opportunities for a wide range of clients. Engaged in projects that offer shelter, education, respite and economic and creative opportunities, our team of architects and urban designers has pioneered an approach to contextually sensitive and research-based architecture and place-making that has been recognized by more than 70 design and industry awards.


CAMBA is a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization with a proven track record of providing holistic programs throughout Brooklyn. Since 1977, CAMBA has responded to community needs by offering integrated services and programs targeting economic development, education, youth development, family support, health, housing and legal services. Each year, CAMBA serves more than 45,000 individuals and families, including 10,000 Brooklyn youth. CAMBA currently operates 12 community centers, including 3 school-based Beacons and 9 Cornerstones which are located in NYCHA facilities across Brooklyn.

The Local Development Corporation of Crown Heights

Since its humble beginning in 1987, LDCCH has grown from an organization with a staff of one person and with projects and program funding of only a few thousand dollars to its present status as a major community institution with a staff of highly trained professionals and development projects and programmatic funding now in excess of $150 million dollars.