Looking for a deal in Brooklyn? An affordable housing lottery is now open for qualified applicants for 143 brand new apartments at 33 Bond Street, a 25-story tower in booming Downtown Brooklyn.
Eligible applicants must make 60 percent of the area median income. That means household incomes must fall between $32,640 for a single person up to $54,360 for a 4-person household. Rents will range from $897 for a studio; $963 for a 1-bedroom and $1,166 for a 2-bedroom unit.
The lottery application is open until April 14, 2017. Applications can be made through the NYC Housing Connect site, or by mailing a self-address stamped envelope to 33 Bond Street Apartments, PO Box 1543, New York, NY 10159.
33 Bond is mixed-use, glass-clad building designed by Handel Architects for TF Cornerstone development company. It contains a full range of amenities, including 24-hour attended lobby, on-site resident manager, sun terrace, fitness center, computer lounge, dog grooming, laundry room and bike storage. It holds a total of 714 units.