The lottery is now open for 29 affordable apartments in the the John Catsimatidis-developed residential tower at 86 Fleet Street in Downtown Brooklyn.
The affordable apartments—a mix of studios through three-bedrooms—are set aside for folks earning up to 60 percent of the area mean income. At that, studios go for $833 month for individuals earning between $30,446 and $38,100; one-bedrooms clock in at $895; two-bedrooms go for $1,082; and the lone three-bedroom of the bunch will rent for $1,247 to a family with an income between $45,326 and $63,060.
The fourth and final installment of the one-time mayoral candidate’s Myrtle Avenue empire, the building offers a slate of amenities including a gym, a party room, a children’s playroom, and a roof deck.
Designed by Goldstein Hill & West (now just Hill & West), the glassy 32-story tower will hold a total of 440 rentals, with more than 10,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor, according to CityRealty.
Applications are due by March 28, 2017. NYC Housing Connect has the details.
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