Doors are set to open at a new residential housing development at 603 Mother Gaston Blvd., in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn where 25 apartments are being made available to qualified applicants via NYC Housing Connect lottery.
Twenty one-bedroom apartments will be available for single or two-person household applicants earning between $38,100 and $43,500, with a monthly rent fee of $876.
Another five two-bedroom units are available to households between two- and four-person households making between $38,263 and $54,360. Rents for those will be $1,058 a month.
The deadline to apply to the lottery is May 24, 2017. Qualified applicants can apply through the NYC Housing Connect site. To request an application by mail, send a postcard or self-addressed envelope to: Affordable & Supportive Services at Van Dyke c/o Shinda Management Corp., 221-10 Jamaica Ave., 3rd Floor, Queens Village, NY 11428.
The 12-story residential building was designed by Dattner Architects and contains a total of 101 units. Amenities for the 109,415-square-foot building include 24/7 front desk security; computer training center; laundry room; two large community rooms; landscaped outdoor areas and on-site social services to assist residents with financial literacy, healthcare access, employment services, education/job training & family services.