The city’s affordable housing website, NYC Housing Connect, has launched the affordable housing lottery (PDF!) for 19 apartments within the Durst Organization’s long-awaited tower, EŌS, located at 100 West 31st Street. The units are being offered across four income brackets and are a mix of studios, one-, and two-bedrooms.
There are two apartments up for grabs for those earning 90 percent of the area median income (or between $51,532 and $68,760), three apartments available for those earning 100 percent of the AMI (which means incomes between $57,258 and $76,400), another three apartments for incomes that equate to 110 percent of the AMI (or $67,509 to $104,940), and 11 apartments are available within the 120 percent AMI bracket (for incomes between $68,709 and $114,480). Overall, rents range between $1,448/month for a studio to as much as $2,519/month for a two-bedroom. Here is the complete breakdown:
The COOKFOX-designed building is home to 375 apartments with market rates ranging from $3,800 for a 500-square-foot studio to $6,300 for a two-bedroom. Amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, laundry room, game room, media room, roof terrace, and a golf simulator.
It’s been reported that the building will become home to Nike’s New York City headquarters once complete and will feature a 15,000-square-foot state-of-the art gym, equipped with a pool, half-basketball court, spin studio, and training area.
- EŌS (PHASE II) [Housing Connect]
- Durst Unveils Rentals in Its Long-Awaited Sixth Ave. Tower From $3,800/Month [Curbed]