Many neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn are undergoing rapid development as is a potential forgotten neighbor to the east — Flushing.

In addition to some private condo developments like The Grand at Sky View Parc and 133 Sanford Avenue redefining Flushing, the busy Queens enclave will help New York City chalk up another 208 affordable housing units at One Flushing.

That was the news from New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development Commissioner Vicki Been, who announced the selection of a development team to replace a city-owned, 156-spot parking lot in Flushing. The 208 new units at One Flushing will help New York City en route to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s goal of 200,000 new, affordable units to be created over the next 10 years.

The joint venture between Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE), HANAC Inc., and Monadnock Development was selected as the development team for the project called One Flushing. The development site is located at 133-45 41st Avenue, located next to busy access points like College Point Boulevard, Main Street, the Long Island Railroad station.

The new housing project will span over 43,200 square feet and feature units available to households earning between $24,200-$72,600 annually for an individual and $34,520-$103,560 for a family of four.

And, given the vibrant Asian community that makes Flushing such an invigorating part of New York, the design will include the principles of feng shui.

The residential component at One Flushing will include 60 units reserved for seniors and 147 units for mixed income, multi-family units and a unit for an onsite superintendent. Building amenities will include a gym and community room for each building, common laundry rooms, as well as an over 15,000 square-foot second floor terrace and a green roof for all residents.  In addition to an affordable housing component, One Flushing will include commercial and community facilities.