TF Cornerstone’s massive Downtown Brooklyn rental at 33 Bond Street has now launched the lottery on its affordable units. The 25-story building has a total of 143 affordable apartments up for grabs that range in size from studios through two-bedrooms.
Here’s the breakdown:
- 51 studios are renting for $897 per month and are open to individuals making between $32,640-$38,100.
- 52 one-bedrooms are being offered at $963 per month for one or two people households with incomes ranging from $34,972-$43,500.
- 40 two-bedrooms are renting for $1,166 per month for two, three, and four-people households making between $41,966-$54,360.
Aside from the affordable apartments, the building has 571 market-rate rentals. Apartments here will measure about 790 square feet on average, and the amenities package here includes bike storage for 357 bikes, a fitness center, a sun terrace, a dog grooming service and a laundry room. Most of the amenities here, aside from the use of the terrace, and the on-site manager service, are being offered at an additional cost for residents of the affordable units.
In addition, the Handel Architects-designed building has about 56,000 square feet of space for retail on the ground and cellar levels.
It’s been nearly three years since this project was first announced, and last summer the 25-story had finally begun making its skyward ascent. When YIMBY checked in with the site last week, the rental had been fitted with much of its glass facade. Construction is expected to wrap up by the end of this year.