NYC Affordable Housing
A guide to NYC affordable housing, including how to find low-income housing, how to use NYC Housing Connect, and affordable housing lotteries.
Some tenants are eligible for rent reductions at the Kips Bay complex
Twenty three apartments will be available to New Yorkers making between 40 and 130 percent of AMI.
The city created or preserved more than 34,000 affordable homes last year
The building will offer 340 affordable studios through three-bedrooms.
A Staten Island community board quashed the plan with a 37-3 vote against amid calls for changes.
"The city’s worst landlords will have a new sheriff to fear," the mayor said.
The apartments range in size from one- to three-bedrooms.
There are 60 studios, one-, and two-bedrooms up for grabs
Gotham Organization and PAU are partnering with the Christian Cultural Center on the development.
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The de Blasio administration is finalizing the acquisition of the apartments, located across 17 different buildings.
Comptroller Scott Stringer’s office says the current plan doesn’t address the housing needs hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers.
The city has announced a plan that puts private developers in control of 62,000 public housing apartments.
These affordable rentals are part of the rent-stabilized Lafayette Boynton complex in Soundview
Demolition work on the Spofford Juvenile Detention Center, which closed in 2011, is now underway
The first phase of development will see construction on 446 fully-affordable homes.
The city will offer funds for developers to build co-living projects on private land
The units are spread out between two seven-story buildings near the New Lots Avenue L train stop.
The Department of Housing Preservation and Development has released its first "Speculation Watch List."
The 12-story building at 810 Fulton Street also has 290 market-rate rentals
The eight-story rental is a rare, ground-up, luxury building in the neighborhood
107 affordable apartments are up for grabs within 15 Hudson Yards
This interactive map illustrates the various factors that contribute to displacement across various neighborhoods.
The 13-story building was developed by Clinton Housing Development Company
In two buildings in Harlem and Elmhurst respectively, hundreds of apartments weren’t rent-stabilized as they should have been
The eight-story building will offer 37 units exclusively to low-income residents and 88 units to the formerly homeless.
A new report from City Comptroller Scott Stringer reveal that the city’s stock of low-rent apartments continue to diminish.
A developer is planning to convert the decaying Parkway Hospital site into affordable and market-rate rentals.
The affordable units range from studios to three-bedrooms.
The development will also bring a community facility, retail, and commercial space to the neighborhood
A new housing lottery in Peekskill, an hour north of NYC, offers apartments for under $1,500/month
The lottery is geared toward middle- and upper-middle-class New Yorkers.
Open New York, the city’s first self-style YIMBY group, advocates for more housing in high-opportunity areas
The affordable units are a mix of studios through three-bedrooms.
The 15-story building has a total of 100 affordable apartments up for grabs.
The 13-story building is located next to the rail yards in the neighborhood
Underutilized NYCHA land in Crown Heights, Brownsville, East New York, and Bed-Stuy will sprout 1,000 affordable homes.