Applications are now being accepted for 63 affordable rental units in the under-construction tower at 66 Rockwell Place, formerly known as 29 Flatbush Avenue. Studio, one-, and two-bedroom units are allotted for families with up to four people with income of $20,640 to $42,950 a year. You can see a full breakdown of the income requirements and rental prices after the jump. You can also download the affordable housing application right here (applications must be postmarked by May 21, 2013). The 456-foot tower will have a total of 327 apartments. The developers aim to start leasing the market rate rentals this summer.
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