There’s real height on The Bradford, the 105-unit affordable housing development at 1562 Fulton Street funded by Goldman Sachs and various other NYC agencies. Last we heard, 21 units will be reserved for families earning no greater than 30 percent of the area median income ($23,760), 32 units will be set for families of four earning $99,000 and 51 units will be rented to families earning up to $126,720. Estimated completion is the summer of 2012.
Goldman Following Through on Fulton Plans [Brownstoner]
Goldman Following Through on Bed Stuy Housing [Brownstoner]
Goldman Sachs Buying Up Fulton Street [Brownstoner] GMAP
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