New – Our First Project in Queens

Rising 21 stories, our first affordable rental project in Queens is nearing completion. With 139 residential units, the project, located in transportation rich Jamaica, will have 69 units reserved for families coming directly from NYC domestic violence shelters. Building amenities include multi-purpose residents’ lounge, children’s room, library/computer room, and secure outdoor space with a children’s […]


Advocacy News

From its inception, New Destiny has advocated to ensure that domestic violence survivors and families have access to permanent housing resources, and data has always been an important element of this work. Through two recent grants, from the American Heart Association’s Bernard J. Tyson Impact Fund and Trinity Church Wall Street, we have launched a […]


Testimony presented by Gabriela Sandoval Requena at the New York City Council Budget and Oversight Hearings on The Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year 2022

Thank you for the opportunity to testify today at this Preliminary Budget Hearing for Fiscal Year 2022 on behalf of New Destiny Housing, a 27-year-old nonprofit committed to ending the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness by connecting families to safe, permanent housing and services. My name is Gabriela Sandoval Requena, and I am the […]


New Board Members

W are proud to announce the appointment of Mark Jacobson, the founder and Managing Director of LegalSearch, Inc., and Blanca Ramirez, Vice President of Acquisition and Origination at New York-based Hudson Housing Capital, to the New Destiny board of directors. Blanca Ramirez is Vice President of Acquisition and Origination at New York-based Hudson Housing Capital […]


The Bryant – new construction photos

In time for the cold weather, much of the construction on The Bryant has moved indoors. Masonry work is in progress, windows, metal panels and sheetrock are being installed, and electrical and plumbing work are ongoing. Slated to be finished summer 2021, The Bryant will have 62 units with 37 units for households headed by […]


Our award-winning building, The Jennings

New Destiny is committed to developing affordable housing that is well designed, provides a healthy environment, and incorporates sustainable, green materials. We are thrilled that our most recently completed building, The Jennings, a 42‑unit service-enriched affordable building in the Bronx, has received two awards for its unique design by the project’s architect, Alexander Gorlin Associates: […]


Testimony to Joint Hearing by NYC Council Committee on General Welfare and Committee on Civil and Human Rights

September 15, 2020 Presented by Alyssa Keil Director, HousingLink, New Destiny Housing Thank you for the opportunity to testify today. New Destiny Housing is a 26-year old nonprofit committed to ending the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness by connecting families to safe, permanent housing and services. New Destiny supports all of the legislation introduced […]


The Bryant Summer 2020 Update

Our new Executive Director, Nicole Branca, center, and our housing development team – Joan Beck, Director, Housing Development (3rd from right), and Richard Conley, Senior Director, Real Estate (far left) – joined architect Magnusson Architecture and Planning and general contractor G.P. Group at The Bryant, our 62-unit service-enriched affordable housing project under construction in the […]


Introducing our new Executive Director

We are excited to share that Nicole Branca, Associate Commissioner, Community Services, at the NYC Department of Veterans’ Services (DVS), has been selected as New Destiny’s next Executive Director. She will begin her tenure on August 10, when Carol Corden, our Executive Director will be stepping down after 23 years of leading New Destiny. We […]


A Milestone – Topping Off The Bryant

We are just days away from “topping off” The Bryant — our 62‑unit service-enriched affordable project under construction in the Bronx. Construction now turns to the interior including partitioning and framing out the apartments and installing kitchen and bathroom fixtures. Thirty-seven apartments at The Bryant will be set aside for homeless domestic violence survivors coming […]