The development has 857 units total spread among three incongruent 22-story towers with a landscaped esplanade on the East River.
70 studio apartments for $867 per month are available for one to two occupants with an annual household income between $31,680 and $43,860.
27 one-bedroom apartments for $931 per month are available for one to two occupants with an annual household income between $33,943 and $50,100.
24 two-bedroom apartments for $1,123 per month are available for one to four occupants with an annual household income between $40,560 and $62,580.
420 Kent Ave., where an iron foundry and other commercial industries once-operated underwent an environmental cleanup through the NY Brownfield Cleanup Program, and “contaminants of concern” such as benzene and trichloroethene were removed and a vapor mitigation system installed.
The affordable lottery units are significantly cheaper than the market-rate units listed on 420 Kent’s site that advertises two-bedroom units going for as much as $6,600 per month.
Amenities for the building listed on NYC Housing Connect include gym access, lounge, laundry, and concierge service.
Half of the 121 affordable units will be reserved for Brooklyn Community Board 1 residents.