Long in the making, the 81-unit building on Lexington Avenue and Downing Street was designed by Brooklyn architects StudiosC and will have a gym and rooftop lounge.
East Williamsburg will be among the first Brooklyn neighborhoods to experiment with market-rate housing on NYCHA land.
The under-construction building on Pitkin Avenue is being developed by community group Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation and will have eye-catching green panelling.
They will be housed in a long-in-the-works 21-story red-brick tower on Duffield Street not far from City Point.
The lottery will put eight studios, seven one-bedrooms, and four two-bedrooms up for grabs for eligible applicants.
A second lottery has opened at the massive Prospect Plaza site in Ocean Hill, which will have security cameras, an on-site super, and parking (for an extra fee).
An affordable housing lottery has opened on the site of a former Catholic church in south Crown Heights.
The Charles Mallea-designed building has balconies, parking, laundry and air conditioning.
The 28-story building, known as Hoyt and Horn, will have 368 units total. It replaced the city's Human Resources Administration.
The 10-story, 50-unit building is not far from the Interfaith Medical Center on Atlantic Avenue.