Affordable Housing Lottery Round-Up: Closings Imminent for Four Buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn

Uptown 6 in West Harlem, ManhattanUptown 6 in West Harlem, Manhattan

Today’s housing lottery round-up features four buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn with available affordable units on Housing Connect with deadlines closing within the next seven days.

17 Units in 605 Hart Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn

605 Hart Street Apartments

605 Hart Street Apartments

The housing lottery closes today for 605 Hart Street, an eight-story mixed-use development in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Designed by Rise Architecture, the building has 54 units available on NYC Housing Connect for residents at 80 to 130 percent of the area median income, ranging in eligible income from $46,149 to $159,640.

1 Unit in 2746 Fulton Street in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn

2746 Fulton Street

2746 Fulton Street

The housing lottery closes in three days for 2746 Fulton Street, a four-story mixed-use development in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn. Designed by Studio Gallos, the building has one unit available on NYC Housing Connect at 130 percent of the area median income, ranging in eligible income from $82,286 to $159,640.

32 Units in the Uptown 6 in West Harlem, Manhattan

Uptown 6 in West Harlem, Manhattan

Uptown 6 in West Harlem, Manhattan

The housing lottery closes in four days for Uptown 6, a collection of renovated rental residences across several buildings including 118 West 139th Street, 123 West 112th Street, 30 West 132nd Street, 281 West 118th Street, 120 West 139th Street, and 122 West 139th Street in Manhattan’s West Harlem neighborhood. The buildings have 32 units available on NYC Housing Connect at 80 percent of the area median income, ranging in eligible income from $48,480 to $120,080.

6 Units in 283 Powers Street in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn

283 Powers Street in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn

283 Powers Street in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Photo via NYC Housing Connect

The housing lottery closes in five days for 283 Powers Street, a three-story residential development in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Built in 1950, the building has six units available on NYC Housing Connect at 130 percent of the area median income, ranging in eligible income from $68,538 to $159,640.

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14 Comments on "Affordable Housing Lottery Round-Up: Closings Imminent for Four Buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn"

  1. Re: Hart Street in Bushwick.

    This would have looked so much better had they just clad the whole thing in the same brick instead of stopping and covering the top in stucco or precast or whatever the hell that crap is.

  2. How do i apply for the lottery apartment

  3. I am 65 years old l am USA Citizen l am looking for a Deshan apartment for rent or to buy

    • We constantly asking for application for affordable housing and never a reply or answer to where we can have an application

      • Annoyed YIMBY Reader | February 13, 2021 at 6:17 pm | Reply

        Ffs just read the article, it says they are available on NYC housing connect multiple and gives direct links to the site multiple points throughout the page. Literally only takes like 15 seconds to glance through the article and see if it references a source you could go to for applications.

  4. Yes like it

    • How affordable housing becomes at a regular rate for renting and u have to be making 49.000-120,000 to afford this kind of affordable housing this is not right so more people will become homeless cause they r not making that some of money requested it no affordable to my knowledge

  5. Affordable housing!!? Requiring high income levels??? These income levels don’t need affordable housing. How does this serve non medical essential workers??? Childcare workers are necessary so that working class-can work. Affordable housing SHOULD BE FOR CHILDCARE WORKERS, POLICE OFFICERS, TRANSPORTATION WORKERS, CASHIERS, CITY WORKERS WHO CLEAR THE STREETS AND SIDEWALKS,AMBULANCE WORKERS, ETC. SOMEONE HAS TO DO THESE JOBS OR EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE STOPS. HOW in the h*e*ll is THIS, IN ANY MORSEL OF A WAY, AFFORDABLE TO THOSE WHO ACTUALLY NEED IT!!? This is just the ELITES using public money to look for themselves and their own interests.

    • All that you mentioned above is correct. Stop calling it affordable housing if basic low income workers can’t afford it.

  6. How much for a 2bd room apartment in Harlem

  7. Angela Hernandez Sanchez | February 13, 2021 at 4:11 pm | Reply

    I have requested many times to apply I received like 5 applications in the mail, I send them back and still no reply…

  8. clara Moore Greene | February 14, 2021 at 12:06 am | Reply

    It’s sad most city workers can’t afford these apts.i have been employed now retired can’t. Find nothing with in reason to live on my own so I stay with my children. I don’t have $2,000.00 for a 1 bedroom apt. When I am picked its we have no more apt that fits your needs.i have at least 75 applications in.

  9. These apartments are suppose to be for people who have low income between $20,000 to $35,000 but instead all I’m seeing is $60,000 to $100,000. Who are they really making these apartments for?

  10. I am 61 years OLD COMING May 4th.It would be a blessing in the name of Jesus. To receive a beautiful one bedroom apartment. In my FAVORITE BURROUGH MANHATTAN. Thankyou and God bless

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