Five affordable apartments at 54 Throop Ave. are now open to apply for via the NYC Housing Connect website. All five of 54 Throop ave. affordable apartments are priced at 60 percent of the area median income; apply by September 23rd.
The six-story, 24-unit building between Walton and Wallabout streets replaced a smoked fish processing facility in the former industrial area near the Williamsburg/Bed-Stuy border known as Broadway Triangle.
A fresh batch of ten “affordable” apartments in Greenpoint and Williamsburg is now open for applications via the NYC Housing Connect website.
Located in the bullseye of the on-going sewer petroleum vapor epidemic, 128 Huron Street in Greenpoint offers three one-bedroom apartments in the lottery; two of the one-bedrooms are priced at $1,999 for one to two occupants with an annual household income between $68,538 – $111,020. The other one-bedroom apartment is $2,250 per month for one to two occupants with an annual household income between $77,143 – $111,020.
Amenities at 128 Huron St. are listed as stainless steel appliances and a balcony. Apply here by July 19th.
A handful of new “affordable” apartments have hit the market via the NYC Housing Connect lottery. The former three-story mixed-use building at 196 Freeman St. between Manhattan Avenue and Mcguinness Boulevard was demolished to make way for the construction of the new four-story building with 10 apartments; apply by May 6th.
At 196 Freeman St. a one-bedroom unit is available for $2,544 per month for one to two occupants with an annual household income between $87,223 – $108,550. Market rate one-bedroom units at the building are listed for $2,850 per month.
The NYC Housing Connect has another “affordable” housing lottery open at 80 Ainslie St., where five units are up for grabs with an April 12th deadline to apply.
The four-story mixed-use building from developers Parkview Management has 16 apartments averaging 712 square-feet each with over 4,000 square-feet of commercial retail space on the ground floor. The development is just a short walk from the Metropolitan L/Lorimer G subway stations.
Two one-bedroom units are available for $2,320 per month for one to two occupants with an annual household income between $79,543 – $108,550 per year.
Three two-bedroom units are available for two to four occupants earning between $95,829 – $135,590 per year.
The former one and two-story warehouse buildings at the site were razed to make way for the new mixed-used development.
The amenities at 80 Ainslie St. include a laundry room, bike storage, rooftop access, and an elevator.
A total of nine affordable apartments in Williamsburg are now available via the affordable housing lottery at NYC Housing Connect.
At Ainslie Tower (467 Keap St.) there are three affordable apartments accepting applications through April 3rd. A one-bedroom apartment is $1,058 per month for one to two people with an annual household income between $36,275 – $43,860. Three two-bedroom units are $1,280 per month for two to four people with an annual household income between $43,886 to $50,100.
The 136 unit, seven-story building was designed by Aufang Architects and features studios, one and two bedroom apartments with in-unit washers and dryers and stainless steel appliances.
At the lowest price point, there are nine studios available at $1,231 per month for one to two occupants with an annual household income between $44,160 and $55,480 per year. Check out the full list of available units and income requirements: Continue reading →