Wavecrest is concerned about improving the living conditions for residents and seeking multi-sector collaboration in order to provide residents with supportive services.

Diana Hernandez
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health


Wavecrest Management partners with city, state, and federal agencies, as well as community organizations, faith-based institutions, and service providers to offer quality affordable housing along with resources to live better lives.

Current partnerships provide access to food pantries, educational enrichment services, mental health clinics, and youth employment programs, and Wavecrest is always looking to expand their services and increase opportunities for residents.

With 40 years of experience managing affordable housing, building relationships, and enriching the lives of residents, Wavecrest is a respected partner in residential real estate endeavors. It is essential that organizational partners of Wavecrest embody and promote shared values by approaching all aspects of their work with efficiency, consideration, and accountability.

For more information on partnership opportunities, contact Susan Camerata at 718-412-3702 or scamerata@twmt.net.