The NYC Housing Connect website lists a new affordable housing lottery at the renovated and expanded five-story residential building at 801 Driggs Ave, which is a quick walk to the Williamsburg Bridge.
A total of three units are available at 801 Driggs Ave. in the lottery that opened on May 24th; the deadline to apply is June 17th.
A one-bedroom apartment is available for $1,950 per month for one to two occupants with an annual household income between $66,858 – $111,020.
A pair of two-bedroom apartments are available for $2,250 per month for two to four occupants with an annual household income between $77,143 – $138,710.
According to YIMBY:
The original structure was completed in 1910, and the latest plans would expand the structure horizontally in the back and vertically by one story. In the end, residential space will total 6,078 square feet, which means units will average 760 square feet, indicative of rentals. Brooklyn-based John Schimenti is the architect of record. The building is located four blocks from the Marcy Avenue stop on the J, M, and Z trains.