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In South Park Slope, 19 affordable apartments in a peculiar rental up for grabs from $813/month

The attention-grabbing building was designed by Nataliya Donskoy

It’s been a few years since any news surfaced about the zany mixed-use building designed by Nataliya Donskoy at 635 Fourth Avenue in Greenwood, Brooklyn. Back in 2014, renderings for the Lego-like building, developed by Bushburg Properties, first surfaced, inciting plenty of head-scratching from its perplexing design, but things have been mum since, until now.

The city’s affordable housing website, NYC Housing Connect, has just launched the affordable lottery [PDF!] for 19 units within the building, ranging from studios to two-bedrooms. While the announcement refers to the area as Sunset Park, we make a strong case against that since the development is much higher North of Sunset Park and more in the boundaries of Greenwood Heights/South Park Slope.

ND Architecture and Design via YIMBY

Individuals and families earning 60 percent of the area median income can try their luck for one of the eight studios priced at $813/month (for those earning between $30,343 and $45,840), seven one-bedrooms renting for $840/month (for incomes between $31,338 and $45,840), and four two-bedrooms going for $1,016/month (for incomes between $37,406 and $57,240). Applicants have until October 2 to apply.

The building will offer a pretty nice package of amenities that will include a fitness center, a lounge, a children’s room, a pet spa, a bike room, and an outdoor space. The development is expected to rise 120 feet while offering 91 units, commercial space, and a community facility once complete.