Current Projects

Century Sunrise, Johnson City, NY

Construction Began: March 2017

Expected Completion: Early 2018

The Century Sunrise Development is rising in the heart of Johnson City, NY, only steps from the Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  Century Sunrise sits on 2.38 Acres at 135-139 Baldwin Street and involves the rehabilitation of two long vacant brick and masonry industrial buildings, which were formerly part of the Endicott-Johnson Corporation Shoe Complex.  This brand-new development will create 104 residential rental residences — available to individuals and families – providing affordability and high-quality housing to residents. The redevelopment will also have a 3,500 Square foot multi-level restaurant/café with a unique garden space between the two structures of this new, state of the art development. This former industrial shoe complex will bring new residential rental opportunities with 44 one bedroom, 56 two bedroom and 4 three bedroom apartments in a great location:  down the block from UHS Hospital, across the street from the Binghamton Pharmacy School and just two miles from Binghamton University. Century Sunrise will continue the revitalization of this wonderful Live -Work community, where residents can live near their employers.  Regan Development’s efforts in Johnson City are bringing foot traffic back to the neighborhood – a special neighborhood where the world’s largest shoe manufacturer once stood.

Century Sunrise final rendering (3-22-17

Historic Adaptive Re-Use

Buffalo Milk Company Dairy

Construction Start: June 2016

Occupancy Expected: September 2017

This historic structure is set to be transformed into 53 state of the art spacious apartment homes and is located on Niagara Street in the heart of the the transportation friendly Niagara Gateway Economic Redevelopment District. Planned as an affordable workforce rental complex. Rents will be targeted at $495 for 1 bedroom and $612 for 2 bedroom apartments with tenants paying for their own utilities. Regan Development is proud to work with NYSHCR, First Sterling Financial and the Community Preservation Corporation as financing partners for this historic redevelopment.






Clifton Main Mews, Clifton, NJ

Construction Begins June 2016

Project Completion: June 2017

51 Residential Apartment Homes

On-site Covered Parking

4000 Square feet Commercial StorefrontClifton Main Mews Rendering

Located in the heart of the Main Ave Commercial Corridor surrounded by local restaurants and shopping, this four story elevator building will provide spacious 1,2 and 3 bedroom rental apartments at affordable monthly rental rates. All apartments will contain appointed finishes including luxury tile, over-sized closets, new bathrooms and kitchens including all Energy Star appliances. This development benefits by funding from the NJHMFA, Bank of New York Mellon, First Sterling Financial and the City of Clifton.

Inglis Gardens at Belmont, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Construction Nearing Completion!

80 Residential Residences in a Park-like Setting on Belmont Avenue

Including 40 Special Accessible + Plus Residences for People Transitioning from Nursing Homes Back to the CommunityExterior - Under Construction

In a great location along Belmont Avenue a stone’s throw from both Fairmount Park and the superb shopping and dining of City Avenue and Bala Cynwyd, Inglis Gardens at Belmont is nearing completion – when it will provide first class rental residences at a price affordable to working people.  Inglis Gardens offers residents brand new state of the art, spacious apartments with wall to wall carpeting, big closets, large bathrooms and sparkling new kitchens with dishwashers and energy star refrigerators and ranges. In addition, the complex has well equipped exercise rooms, on-floor laundry facilities, on-site gardening, and a community facility for social activities and meetings. Forty apartments are specially designed with fantastic accessibility features to allow former residents of nursing homes to live independently in the community.  Teamed with Inglis, a nationally-renowned leader in support and care for people living with disabilities, Regan Development has created a groundbreaking new model to help this population, which also saves substantial Medicaid costs for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  The development benefits from funding by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Inglis Foundation, as well as additional financing by JP Morgan Chase Bank, the Bank of New York Mellon and First Sterling Financial.

Akabe Village, Howell Township, NJ

Affordable Rental Opportunity Created with Help from Hurricane Sandy Relief Funds
Akabe Village LR & Kitchen

Akabe Village FacadeIncluding 4 Accessible Apartments for People Transitioning from Nursing Homes

Completed in September of 2015, these 32 stylishly designed 1 and 2 bedroom rental residences all contain private individual entrances to enhance a suburban feel.  The development has a free standing community clubhouse is shared by all residents, along with a community playground.  In a quiet yet convenient enclave, Akabe Village is near the shopping and entertainment of Route 9 and easily accessible by both car and public transportation.  The development also represents the State’s first 4 long-term dedicated apartments set aside for people transitioning from nursing facilities, enabling people to live independently in the community.  This partnership with the State’s I Choose Home program will change the lives of people who will now be able to live in specially designed, fully accessible apartment residences.    Regan Development worked closely with Howell Township to create a development to address and satisfy the affordable housing needs of the local community.  As part of the State’s Sandy Relief Effort, Akabe Village represents an important investment in Monmouth County, where substantial storm damage limited housing choice.  Cooperation and support from the State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, the State of New Jersey Housing Mortgage Finance Agency, and First Sterling Financial has made this community possible.

Homesteads on Ampersand, Plattsburgh, New York

64 Rental Residences – Transit Oriented HousingAmpersand Photo - EG Ampersand Kitchen

A Mixed Income Workforce Affordable Rental Community

Completed in August 2015, Regan Development successfully created LEEDS certified affordable rental apartments conveniently located within walking distance to the SUNY Plattsburgh University Campus as well as local shopping.  The project was co-designed with the cooperation of the Town of Plattsburgh to maximize pedestrian features creating a live/work walk-able neighborhood by linking pedestrian accesses from the University campus area to local shopping. The complex also features set aside fully accessible units for clients with special needs as Regan has forged a long term relationship with Behavioral Health Services North, a local service provider for those in need of specialized services.  This development was financed through the collaboration of New York State Homes and Community Renewal, New York State OMH, the Community Preservation Corporation and WNC & Company.

Lion Heart Residences, Cohoes, New York

Eco-friendly state of the art stylish workforce rentals completed in Autumn 2015DSC_1082Lion Heart Photo (EG 4-22-16)

This 72 unit development sits high on a ridge above the Cohoes Falls allowing for a majestic panoramic view of the area.  The development is integrated with 26 acres of passive parkland with walking trails and has direct access to the Mohawk-Hudson paved bike path.  Lion Heart Residences combines superior quality 1, 2, and 3 bedroom rental apartments with the perfect upscale park-like setting.   All 72 spacious, newly constructed residences have individually controlled heating and cooling systems and the energy efficient design will allow for tenant savings on utility bills.  Regan Development Corporation has forged a partnership with Living Resources, Inc. which provides tenant based services for special needs clients who are seeking to lead an independent life in a supportive housing setting at Lion Heart.  The development successfully combines financing from the State of New York Homes and Community Renewal, the State of New York Office of People with Developmental Disabilities, First Sterling Financial and the Community Preservation Corporation.



Ojakian Commons

Kitchen Good

48 Unit Rental Development, Simsbury, CT – New England’s First Accessible, Affordable Supportive Housing for People with Disabilities Needing Services Coordinated by the National MS Society.

In September 2015, Ojakian Commons opened its doors to 48 lucky households.  The building is located in Simsbury, Connecticut — Voted Connecticut’s #1 Town to live in by Connecticut Magazine.  The building is designed to provide accessible, affordable, supportive rental housing to two populations with disabilities — those needing services from the National MS Society and those needing services from FAVARH, the ARC of the FarmingtonValley.

Facade with Logo (great)

Ojakian Commons has many accessibility features specifically designed to increase independence for people living with disabilities.  Each apartment has automatic door openers and easy sliding horizontal windows, special transfer or roll in showers, and many other additional features for ease of living.  In addition, the building has many social activity spaces — including a well stocked library with reading assistance machines, a fully accessible exercise center, a community room for lectures and parties, a technology and entertainment room, and a fully accessible raised garden space for resident use.

Accessible Housing Connecticut.

Here is a link to a Brochure and Application:  Full Ojakian Commons Brochure and Application