DASNY has solutions to meet your capital needs.
Today, we are delivering One DASNY, a complete integration of our resources in finance, design and construction, and a path for greater collaboration and coordination. Partnering with DASNY means access to our full compliment of resources.
We understand that technology, shifting policies and tightening resources are pushing our clients to broaden their core missions. DASNY is uniquely positioned as a leader in the low-cost bond market and as a builder to help you navigate the regulatory environment and bring your next project to fruition.
Covered in DASNY's mission are many programs serving customers with projects that may be smaller in cost, but still improve the quality of life in New York -- public libraries, municipal buildings and courthouses, treatment clinics, homeless housing, state parks and flood control projects.
Financing, Design and Construction for Public Libraries Brochure | PDF
"Under Governor Cuomo's leadership, OASAS and DASNY have partnered to expand treatment programs across New York State. This construction boom will make treatment services vastly more accessible for New Yorkers suffering from substance-use disorder."
Commissioner, New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services
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Supporting New Yorkers In Need
A deteriorating former nursing home and a long-vacant big box store both transformed into affordable, supportive housing that brings new life to the surrounding neighborhoods and to those who will call them home.
Back to Nature: Creating Outdoor Spaces with NYS Parks
DASNY and the private sector partnered to develop the Humphrey Nature Center. The 5,000-square-foot Center completed in July 2016 offers year-round experiences for all ages.
DASNY Helps Suffolk County Libraries Reinvest in Their Communities
Smithtown Special Library District, Rogers Memorial Library Company and Comsewogue Public Library will collectively save $2.8 million in debt service payments by refunding through DASNY in bond deals that closed in March 2016.