Ellen Baxter ’75: ‘Building Hope and Nurturing Into Housing’ (New York Times)

Ellen Baxter '75, H'05

Ellen Baxter ’75, H’05


Sugar Hill, the $84 million subsidized housing project in Upper Manhattan, creates Harlem’s first mixed-use development comprising not just affordable housing, but educational and cultural offerings.

It’s the work of Ellen Baxter ’75’s Broadway Housing Communities (whose leadership team also includes Mary Ann Villari ’75) and the subject of the architectural review by Michael Kimmelman in The New York Times.


  1. John Turner says:

    Many years have passed but friendship survives. It was great to read the piece about the new building. You do such wonderful work. Imagine a bear hug from me. Give one one to Mary Ann too.

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