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Downtown Brooklyn rental will debut 74 affordable apartments from $947/month

The 25-story tower on Livingston Street has a total of 368 apartments

Via Benenson Capital and Rose Associates

Located at the corner of Hoyt and Livingston Streets in Downtown Brooklyn, the 25-story rental building at 210 Livingston Street is set to launch the affordable housing lottery on 74 apartments, on Thursday.

Those 74 rentals are part of a total 368 apartments, with the market-rate rentals set to launch at a later, yet-to-be-determined date. As for the affordable apartments, they come in a mix of studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms with rents starting at $947 per month.

A majority of the affordable apartments here are one-bedrooms, and the units are open to a variety of family sizes and incomes that range from $34,355 to $57,240 annually. Here’s a full breakdown of the different rents and available apartments:

Residents here will have access to amenities like a fitness center, a game room, a card-operated laundry room, outdoor terraces, and a business center. Most of the amenities however will be accessible to affordable units at an extra cost.

The project, which is now known as Hoyt & Horn, was first announced in early 2014, and is being developed by Benenson Capital Partners along with Rose Associates. They brought on Handel Architects to design the building, which topped out earlier this year. Construction on the project is set to wrap later this year.