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A Nonprofit Lender for 30 Years

For 30 years, we’ve been working to create a thriving, inclusive and equitable economy where all people have access to build wealth and prosperity for themselves, their families and communities. As the only nonprofit, community-based lender exclusively serving Westchester and the Hudson Valley, we drive capital and resources to start-ups and small business owners typically excluded from current systems and to affordable housing development. Community Capital New York is an SBA-lender and a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) certified by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.


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Community Capital NY Executive Director Kim Jacobs Lauded for Helping Thousands

Deputy County Executive Kevin J. Plunkett presents CCNY Executive Director Kim Jacobs an award honoring her and the agency’s almost 25...

The New Face of Attainable Housing

The New Face of Attainable Housing Community Capital New York Cuts the Ribbon on a Painted Victorian Lady. An Economic Catalyst, CCNY Rehabbed it from...

Ribbon Cutting on Glorious Painted Lady: 

The Fresh Face of Attainable Housing

Financing Tools for Affordable Housing

Community Capital New York and Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress, Center for Housing Solutions, sponsored a workshop on February 14, 2013 to  showcase financing tools...

Affordable Housing Finance Workshop

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3-Bedroom Townhouses in Greenburgh for sale as more Affordable Housing Comes Online!

Community Capital New York (CCNY) bridge loan helps finance six new 3-bedroom townhomes for sale in Greenburgh by the Greenburgh Housing Development Corporation. Offering plan...

Historic Victorian Home — Affordable Housing in Peekskill—Nears Completion

Community Capital New York (CCNY) is preserving three vintage homes for sale in Peekskill thanks to HUD's Neighborhood Stabilization Program, which was established for the...

Community Capital Bridge Loan helps White Plains Men’s Shelter Add a 2nd Story

Men's Shelter BeforeCommunity Capital New York (CCNY) bridge loan helps Grace Church Community Center finance the purchase, renovation and reconfiguration of...

Social Impact Investing Will Be the New Venture Capital

by Sir Ronald Cohen and William A. Sahlman for the Harvard Business Review During the past century, governments and charitable organizations have mounted massive efforts...