Dubbed "The Hub," the building will be 53 stories high. Amenities include a lawn and terrace, a dog run, 24/7 concierge, a gym and a pool.
A sparkling new construction in Williamsburg is putting more than 80 percent of its units up for grabs in an affordable housing lottery.
Controversial Brooklyn developer Rabsky Group Tuesday unveiled new plans for its mega-development on the old Pfizer factory site that could bring several hundred units of affordable housing to a now-desolate stretch of Williamsburg.
An affordable housing lottery opened Wednesday for four apartments in a new 20-unit building at 44-46 Stanhope Street in Bushwick.
A lottery has opened for 27 units at Ocean Hill's long in-the-works affordable housing complex the Henry Apartments, located at 1676 Broadway and 8 Rockaway Avenue.
Lotteries for affordable condos are rare, but one has just opened for apartments at the Waverly Brooklyn in Clnton Hill.
Brooklyn's newest affordable housing lottery is now open in Bushwick for two newly constructed units on an eclectic residential block containing a range of vinyl-sided tenements, recent developments and a Hindu temple.
A lottery has just opened for 13 newly constructed, below-market-rate apartments at Williamsburg's latest affordable development, The Brooklyn Grand at 774 Grand Street.
A lottery has opened for 191 newly constructed affordable units in Stanley Commons at 656 Stanley Avenue in East New York.
Prolific affordable-housing developer CAMBA has opened up a lottery for 110 units in its most recent development, CAMBA Gardens Phase II. The units are housed in a newly constructed building at 560 Winthrop Street in East Flatbush.