The new plan proposes creating 44 units in these buildings at the corner of State and Seventh streets, which, according to the math in the Casey and Mayberg's article, adds seven units of permanent supportive housing to this building on "a third floor"--that's seven of the 34 units of permanent supportive housing that were supposed to be in the Civic Hudson at Columbia and Fourth streets. Galvan Foundation Project Coordinator Daniel Kent--a relatively new name on the Galvan team roster--seems to imply that the remaining 27 units and more could be developed in properties owned by Galvan throughout the city. Kent is quoted as saying, "There are a lot of options."
Since the project has changed, the new proposal will have to repeat the process of review and approval by Board of Supervisors committees. The full board was expected to vote on the proposal next Wednesday, August 8. It remains to be seen if special meetings of the committees will be called to keep the vote on schedule, or if it will be postponed until September.