New Yorkers in need now have a place they can call home. 

The non-profit Comunilife joined both local and state officials to cut the ribbon on a new 89-unit supportive and affordable housing residence in Bedford-Stuyvesant Wednesday.

Fifty-four of the studio apartments at the Woodhull Residence will go to formerly homeless adults with special needs.

The remaining apartments will go to low-income residents.

The six-story building features a community room, computer lab, on-site case management and social services, plus 24-hour security.