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.
- 86 Fleet Street [NYC Housing Connect]
- Catsimatidis Reveals His 32-Story Downtown Brooklyn Tower [Curbed NY]
- Checking in on Catsimatidis' Curving 86 Fleet Place in Downtown Brooklyn [City Realty]