The affordable housing lottery has launched for 776 Franklin Avenue, a six-story mixed-use building in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. The 14,010-square-foot development is designed by Anthony Desimone Architect and yields ten units. Available on NYC Housing Connect are three units for residents at 130 percent of the area median income, ranging in eligible income from $85,715 to $159,640.
The affordable housing lottery has launched for Harry T. Nance Apartments, a ten-story mixed-use building at 1860 Eastern Parkway in Brownsville, Brooklyn. The 73,012-square-foot, 67-unit development is designed by Heritage Architecture and developed by RiseBoro Community Partnership. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 55 units for residents at 30 to 60 percent of the area median income, ranging in eligible income from $18,515 to $84,600.
Work is continuing to progress on the Aman New York, a residential and hotel conversion of the 100-year-old Crown Building at 730 Fifth Avenue in Midtown. Originally designed by Warren and Wetmore, the 26-story structure once served as the first home of the Museum of Modern Art in the early 20th century. Now the building, which is located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and West 57th Street, is getting a new life as a hotel and condominium property designed by Jean-Michel Gathy and developed by OKO Group.
Renderings from Focal Point Architects & Associates reveal a new ten-story residential building at 31-23 Linden Place in Flushing, Queens. The structure will comprise 17,000 square feet and replace a pair of two-family homes.
Four buildings under new ownership of The East Harlem El Barrio Community Land Trust (CLT) are currently undergoing construction to transform them into affordable apartments. Located at 53 East 110th Street, 201 East 120th Street, 204 West 121st Street, and 304 East 126th Street in Harlem, the project will yield 36 rental apartments and three commercial spaces. CLT will own the land and lead the renovation project, and is joined by Mutual Housing Association and the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) in this $13.2 million deal.