NYC affordable housing lottery

$2,176 per Month “Affordable” Studios Available in Williamsburg Housing Lottery

188 Humboldt St. (NYC Housing Connect)

Twenty new “affordable” Williamsburg apartments spread among two new developments and priced at 130 percent of the area median income went live on the NYC Housing Connect website today for applicants to try their luck.

At 188 Humboldt St., a seven-story new development just off Montrose Avenue, there are four studio apartments priced at $2,176 per month for one-to-two occupants with an annual household income (AHI) between $74,606 – $97,110. Continue reading

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Lottery for Williamsburg “Affordable” One-Bedroom Units Priced at $2,211 per Month

141 Metropolitan Ave. (Via rennit)

A trio of “affordable” Williamsburg apartments priced at 130 percent of the area median income will hit the housing lottery on September 30th via the NYC Housing Connect website; apply by October 22nd.

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Greenpoint Affordable Apartments at 60 Percent Area Median Income

133 – 135  Meserole Avenue (via Google Maps)

The NYC Housing Connect affordable housing lottery website lists two new Greenpoint affordable units at 60 percent of the area median income.

There are two apartments to apply for at 133 – 135 Meserole Ave, a four-story building between McGuinness Boulevard and Manhattan Avenue; apply by September 10th.

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“Affordable” Williamsburg Apartments for 130 Percent of Area Median Income

223 Manhattan Ave

The NYC “affordable” housing lottery is back again with a fresh crop of Williamsburg and Bushwick apartments to apply for.

Here’s your chance to live like your average New Yorker earning 130 percent of the area median income, the criteria for the following units up for grabs.

At 223 Manhattan Ave., three one-bedroom apartments are available at $2,276 per month for one to three occupants with an annual household income between $78,035 – $97,110.

The five-story building developed by Sol Ekstein has 6,819 square-feet divided between 10 units, making the per-unit average 681 square feet, YIMBY reports. Who said you can’t live large on 130 percent of the area median income?

223 Manhattan Ave. in 2016 (Google Maps)

The amenities for 232 Manhattan Ave are listed as “intercom and laundry,” which comes with additional fees. Apply by September 9th. Continue reading

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