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Massive Downtown Brooklyn rental opens lottery for more affordable apartments

The 25-story TF Cornerstone rental is offering up an additional 108 affordable units

About six months after the launch of its first affordable housing lottery, TF Cornerstone’s first Brooklyn building, at 33 Bond Street, has launched the lottery on a whole new set of affordable apartments there.

In February, 143 affordable apartments were up for grabs, and this time around, 108 apartments are for the taking with prices starting from $613 per month. A mix of studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms are being offered this time around for annual incomes that range from $22,903 and go up to $114,480.

Of the total units, 72 are open to people making 40 percent of the area median income, and the rest are for people making 120 percent of the area median income. Here now is a full breakdown of the apartments and rents:

Via NYC Housing Connect

Residents in the building will have a host of swanky amenities to look forward to, but for residents of the affordable units, most of them come at an additional cost. Those amenities include a fitness center, a dog grooming service, a laundry room, and bike storage, among others.

For this latest round of affordable rentals, prospective tenants have until October 17, 2017 to apply. In all, 33 Bond Street has a total of 714 apartments, and leasing on the market-rate units here got underway last month from $2,500. When complete, this 25-story, Handel Architects-designed building will also be home to a 52,000-square-foot Chelsea Piers (the first Brooklyn outpost for the health and fitness center) and the second U.S. location of Colombian coffee roaster, Devoción.