Councilman David Greenfield got a first-hand look at the new Ohel headquarters on Avenue M, which was partially paid for with a $4 million grant he secured over the last few years.
Ohel CEO David Mandel led the Brooklyn Democrat on a tour of the construction site that will house all of Ohel’s services in one location.
“Ohel is the premier social service organization in our community and is recognized for its expertise throughout New York,” Greenfield said. “I am proud to have funded such a significant portion of the Ohel’s brand new campus so that Ohel can serve an even greater numbers of people with even more services.”
The facility is expected to be complete by the end of this summer.