New York City nunu building a shed to make $1.2M to make home for homeless women

A building project to make a home for nuns from New York’s Mount Carmel community is underway and is expected to bring $1,216,000 in revenue.

The Sisters of Mercy of Mount Carmell, or S.M.C., is located on a block bounded by West 24th Street and Third Avenue in Manhattan.

The nuns have been living on the block since the 1960s and have become known for their compassion for the homeless.

The sisters started their building project in 2014. 

The project has been in the works for more than a year and is the first of its kind in the United States.

It is estimated that between 60 and 80 women are living on Mount Carmels land. 

“We are very grateful to be working with such a generous donor,” said Sister Mariam El-Zindani, one of the nuns.

“We are looking forward to working with them and to being able to be a part of this project.

We are very excited.”

The project is part of a $4 million fund to help fund construction of housing for the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception.

Construction of the home, which will be located on the corner of 23rd Street and Second Avenue, is expected begin this year.

“We wanted to start this home in order to give these women a place to live and provide them with a safe, secure, warm, and sanitary place to sleep,” Sister El-Siddiqi said.

“There will be three bathrooms, three bedrooms, a kitchen, and a living area.” 

The Sisters of Mount Camel said the home will be designed to be open to the public. 

Construction of the sisters’ home is expected start in the second half of 2017 and will last for two years.