The Osborne Association’s Fulton Community Re-Entry Center has officially opened!

C+GA’s sensitive restoration gives new life to this 1907 structure after multiple reincarnations—as a former church house, synagogue, nursing home, drug treatment facility, and minimum-security state prison. The transformed Center now provides a community resource, space for Bronx nonprofits, and a home for older justice-involved individuals with a holistic support structure and a significant onsite kitchen for Osborne’s Fresh Start culinary arts program.

The ground-floor central space serves as a gathering, dining and event hub for residents and the community, with a café whose sliding wall opens it up to the light-filled lobby. The transformed interiors utilize cool and neutral tones, wood and glass partitions to offer a sense of calm, openness and welcome, with ample views onto Crotona Park.

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