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Midtown’s 47-story luxury rental offers 19 affordable apartments from $1,448/month

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The COOKFOX-designed building will become home to Nike’s NYC headquarters

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.