Housing Lottery Launches for 94 Units at Plank Road Apartments in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

Plank Road at 662 Pacific Street - VMI rendering for IF StudioPlank Road at 662 Pacific Street - VMI rendering for IF Studio

The affordable housing lottery has launched for Plank Road Apartments, a 27-story residential building at 662 Pacific Street in the Pacific Park mega-development in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Designed by Marvel Architects and developed by The Brodsky Organization, the structure yields 312 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 94 units for residents at 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $53,040 to $167,570.

Roof terrace at Plank Road/662 Pacific Street - VMI rendering for IF Studio

Roof terrace at Plank Road/662 Pacific Street – VMI rendering for IF Studio

17th Floor outdoor terrace at Plank Road/662 Pacific Street- VMI rendering for IF Studio

17th Floor outdoor terrace at Plank Road/662 Pacific Street- VMI rendering for IF Studio

Rooftop pool at Plank Road/662 Pacific Street - VMI rendering for IF Studio

Rooftop pool at Plank Road/662 Pacific Street – VMI rendering for IF Studio

Residents will have access to a wide range of indoor and outdoor amenities including a gym, children’s playroom, recreation room, resident lounge, landscaped terrace, BBQ area and kitchenette, rooftop terrace, and pool. All units have washers and dryers.

Interiors at Plank Road/662 Pacific Street

Interiors at Plank Road/662 Pacific Street

Interiors at Plank Road/662 Pacific Street

At 130 percent of the AMI, there are 24 studios with a monthly rent of $1,547 for incomes ranging from $53,040 to $124,150; 48 one-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $2,273 for incomes ranging from $77,932 to $139,620; and 22 two-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $3,219 for incomes ranging from $110,366 to $167,570.

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 18, 2021.

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10 Comments on "Housing Lottery Launches for 94 Units at Plank Road Apartments in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn"

  1. this isn’t affordable housing this is income linked rentals. What a joke and stop saying this is “affordable housing”. AFFORDABLE TO WHO EXACTLY?
    .At 130 percent of the AMI, there are 24 studios with a monthly rent of $1,547 for incomes ranging from $53,040 to $124,150; 48 one-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $2,273 for incomes ranging from $77,932 to $139,620; and 22 two-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $3,219 for incomes ranging from $110,366 to $167,570.

  2. If you notice the rest of the block is 4 story brownstones and the Newswalk building at 9 stories.
    ESD overrode local zoning and used eminent domain to destroy the 2 and 3 story buildings on this site so this developer could build this and pocket huge profits at the expense of NYC taxpayers.
    Not one of the NYC elected officials or anyone from the community had any say as to what happened . Totally wrong!
    Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn

    • Otherwise known as how much of the city has developed over the past one hundred years.

      • NFA
        eminent domain is supposed to be used for the common good, not to destroy peoples private homes so a huge developer from China called Greenland holdings (which is wholly owned by the Communist government of China) can lease the land to the Brodsky organization and build a skyscraper in a low rise neighborhood of Prospect heights.
        Also so that same conglomerate developer can reap huge profits off the backs of NYC taxpayers under the guise of “affordable housing” using the 421-A tax breaks worth millions of dollars

  3. read journalist Norman Oder for more info

    • I advise all new Yorkers, think before you vote these democratic politicians in office, because this what you get, lies, broken promises, they never wanted AY/PARK to be for lowincome residents, these politicians just wanted your vote, nothing but dam tricksters, no more votes for democratic politicians, I didn’t say run to the Republicans either, AFFORDABLE HOUSING, YEAH SURE, STOP PUTTING THESE NO GOOD POLITICIANS IN OFFICE, SMH

  4. This building is at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Pacific Street, but neither of those roads are named Plank Road. Can someone explain what’s up with the decision to name a building as if it were a street? Imagine if there was a building named “Flatbush Avenue”, “Main Street”, or “Grand Concourse”, and you can understand my confusion.

  5. Affordable Housing for
    Who???
    Affordable Housing looks different in different neighborhoods
    Affordable Housing in East NY
    Or Brownsville looks totally different
    Affordable Housing Design to segregate neighborhoods and schools
    Keep them in their same old place

  6. RANDALL MCINTYRE | November 18, 2021 at 5:08 pm | Reply

    These apartments should not be considered affordable housing, ridiculous!!!!

  7. Wanita Alison-Konteh | November 19, 2021 at 10:18 am | Reply

    I’m a senior citizen on disability I have good credit just looking for a place to live right now I’m sleeping on my girlfriend’s couch in South Carolina I’m originally from Brooklyn just looking for a place of my own

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