Housing Lottery Launches for 1998 Second Avenue in East Harlem, Manhattan

1998 Second Avenue in East Harlem, Manhattan via NYC Housing Connect

The affordable housing lottery has launched for 1998 Second Avenue, a 12-story mixed-use building in East Harlem, Manhattan. Designed by GF55 Partners and developed by Peter Fine of Bolivar Development, the structure yields 164 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 51 units for residents at 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $75,429 to $215,150.

1998 Second Avenue in East Harlem, Manhattan via NYC Housing Connect

Amenities include pet-friendly policies, an attended lobby, on-site resident manager, media room with a separate outdoor 17-foot-tall movie screen, fitness center, party room, concierge, common area Wi-Fi, multiple BBQ areas with seating, rooftop lounge, and outdoor roof deck with a pool. Units come equipped with washers and dryers, dishwashers, and free storage. Tenants are responsible for electricity.

1998 Second Avenue in East Harlem, Manhattan via NYC Housing Connect

At 130 percent of the AMI, there are 13 studios with a monthly rent of $2,200 for incomes ranging from $75,429 to $138,840; 11 one-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $2,500 for incomes ranging from $85,715 to $156,130; 14 one-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $2,600 for incomes ranging from $89,143 to $156,130; ten two-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $3,200 for incomes ranging from $109,715 to $187,330; and three three-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $3,750 for incomes ranging from $128,572 to $215,150.

Prospective renters must meet income and household size requirements to apply for these apartments. Applications must be postmarked or submitted online no later than July 14, 2022.

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5 Comments on "Housing Lottery Launches for 1998 Second Avenue in East Harlem, Manhattan"

  1. stop asking for applications on this site, and apply though Housing Connect

  2. 1998 Second Avenue, without a cross-street, isn’t helpful and may mean the difference between life and death in a transition neighborhood like East Harlem.

  3. STOP CALLING THIS AFFORDABLE HOUSING!
    THIS IS INCOME LINKED HOUSING
    This is only affordable to upper income people and not the low income people who live in this neighborhood.
    421A is a taxpayer subsidy to multi millionaire developers and will hopefully disappear as soon as June 15th.
    This is a joke to call this affordable!
    At 130 percent of the AMI, there are 13 studios with a monthly rent of $2,200 for incomes ranging from $75,429 to $138,840; 11 one-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $2,500 for incomes ranging from $85,715 to $156,130; 14 one-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $2,600 for incomes ranging from $89,143 to $156,130; ten two-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $3,200 for incomes ranging from $109,715 to $187,330; and three three-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $3,750 for incomes ranging from $128,572 to $215,150.

  4. STOP CALLING THIS AFFORDABLE HOUSING!
    THIS IS INCOME LINKED HOUSING
    This is only affordable to upper income people and not the low income people who live in this neighborhood.
    421A is a taxpayer subsidy to multi millionaire developers and will hopefully disappear as soon as June 15th.
    This is a joke to call this affordable
    At 130 percent of the AMI, there are 13 studios with a monthly rent of $2,200 for incomes ranging from $75,429 to $138,840; 11 one-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $2,500 for incomes ranging from $85,715 to $156,130; 14 one-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $2,600 for incomes ranging from $89,143 to $156,130; ten two-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $3,200 for incomes ranging from $109,715 to $187,330; and three three-bedrooms with a monthly rent of $3,750 for incomes ranging from $128,572 to $215,150.

  5. William Suarez | May 14, 2022 at 2:49 pm | Reply

    This is only for people who make 100.000 a year.what about the family on SSD or SSI.Its not Affordable Housing

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