Affordable Housing Lottery Launches for 86 Units at 260 Gold Street in Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn

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The affordable housing lottery is now open for 260 Gold Street, a 13-story residential development in Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn. Developed by Solomon Feder‘s Gold Street Realty Holdings and designed by J Frankl Associates, the building yields a total 286 rental units in a mix of studio and one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 86 apartments for residents at 130 percent of the area median income, ranging in eligible income from $76,835 to $183,300.

260 Gold Street Lobby

260 Gold Street Lobby

260 Gold Street Lounge

260 Gold Street Lounge

260 Gold Street Lounge

260 Gold Street Lounge

260 Gold Street Lounge

260 Gold Street Lounge

Amenities at 260 Gold Street include a rooftop terrace, various outdoor spaces, a gymnasium with a yoga room and saunas, a pet spa, a game room, private parking spaces for 114 vehicles, and bicycle parking. Other amenities include a residential lounge with a fireplace, meeting room, children’s playroom, screening room, and community laundry room. Residences will have air conditioning, hardwood floors, dishwashers, energy-efficient appliances, and designer finishes. Some units will have patios and balconies.

260 Gold Street Lounge

260 Gold Street Lounge

260 Gold Street Spa

260 Gold Street Spa

260 Gold Street Pet Spa

260 Gold Street Pet Spa

260 Gold Street Children's Playroom

260 Gold Street Children’s Playroom

260 Gold Street Screening Room

260 Gold Street Screening Room

260 Gold Street Laundry Room

260 Gold Street Laundry Room

At 130 percent of the AMI, there are 14 affordable studios with a $2,241 monthly rent for incomes ranging from $76,835 to $118,300; 46 one-bedrooms with a $2,362 monthly rent for incomes ranging from $80,983 to $133,120; 22 two-bedrooms with a $2,849 monthly rent for incomes ranging from $97,680 to $159,640, and four three-bedrooms with a $3,283 monthly rent for income ranging from $112,560 to $183,300. Prospective renters must meet income and household size requirements to apply for these apartments. Applications must be postmarked or submitted online no later than January 13, 2021.

260 Gold Street Kitchen

260 Gold Street Kitchen

260 Gold Street Bathroom

260 Gold Street Bathroom

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23 Comments on "Affordable Housing Lottery Launches for 86 Units at 260 Gold Street in Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn"

  1. Angel's Body (David) | November 14, 2020 at 7:38 am | Reply

    What these views are beautiful in nature of design, very impressive to glance because it was adored: Thank you.

  2. Jeez, even the laundry room is fancy

  3. If only I had the money. ?
    Anyways, I do like this building quite a lot. Even the backside of 260 Gold Street is nice with the small balconies. This is most certainly better than that ugly design it was slaited to have before!

  4. I can’t get passed the drab sensibility of the renderer….everything looks like fake wood.
    (what is that thing falling over the entry desk?

  5. Christine L Echavarria | November 14, 2020 at 10:45 pm | Reply

    The only think Idont like is very expensive asking you not accept any program because the rent is very expensive okey I need one bedroom o studio

  6. Abdoul karim. Douka kolongue | November 14, 2020 at 10:52 pm | Reply

    Nice. I love it

  7. Laurie Bivona Rn | November 15, 2020 at 6:33 am | Reply

    Put me in the lottery

  8. “affordable” ?

  9. AFFORDABLE! Are you serious!? For all of that that cheap particle board junk, it look like an institution more than somewhere to live. I would never pay $2300 for a studio. A STUDIO?

  10. THIS IS NOT AFFORDABLE HOUSING,im so tired of seeing these articles claiming affordable housing & then I see the minimum income. If i made at least 70k I wouldn’t need to be so desperately in need of actual affordable housing

  11. I need an apartment I have citfeps

  12. Builders
    Why do you think that only the
    People in Higher Income levels
    want to live well
    Folks earning $50,000
    Want to live in Development
    that offer much of the
    this is another form of
    Keeping folks in their place

  13. Dear sir my name Delisa Cynthia Bynum I need a apartment I get SSI check disability $437.76 my name Delisa Cynthia Bynum live in Brooklyn new York seen like never get no apartment hurt I cry but it at night

  14. Nicholas Kennedy | November 15, 2020 at 5:50 pm | Reply

    How do I apply for one of does units at gold street ?

    • Request an application by mail. Send them a self-addressed stamp envelope with your address and put a blank envelope inside the stamped envelope so they can send you their application. They will send you the application but you must meet the deadline. You can also apply online at nyc.gov/housing connect. Only apply once, or they will disqualify you from the lottery.

  15. This is affordable housing? For who hard working class people!!!

  16. Affordable housing? I thought aff housing was too help people with low to moderate income find a decent place too live life. This looks like upscale housing for people who may not need traditional affordable housing

  17. Regina Richbourg | November 15, 2020 at 10:17 pm | Reply

    OMG I only wish that one day I could afford to live in luxury like this. I am a 53yr young Teacher Assistant working with students with disabilities in Brownsville Brooklyn. I don’t get to see the lifestyle that people in buildings like this live. My give back is daily supporting and teaching children with special needs. Believe me it’s not easy but I love it and I love my students. But after a day of advocating and supporting students and their parents. It would be fantastic to one day go home to a place that feels safe. And at the same time live some where that offers comfort and luxury.

  18. Why is the rent so astronomical high? That’s a mortgage. Good luck with finding tenants.

  19. Looks great. Just wish it was affordable.

  20. That is Affordable housing are you insane. Affordable housing for Bloomberg and his real estatte buddies. That he sold the city to his buddies. With this Pandemic where people are out of job/income and you call this affordable. People should just leave NY,

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