Affordable units are now up for grabs in the big glassy building going up where a huge block-long parking garage stood for years in Downtown Brooklyn.
A nonprofit is looking to maintain affordable housing and fight foreclosure, real estate scams and developer pressure tactics with a new counseling service for Cypress Hills and East New York homeowners.
The Downtown Brooklyn building boom is ongoing, and as a part of that continued growth, an affordable housing lottery kicks off Friday for a new tower in the neighborhood.
A development slated to bring hundreds of affordable rentals, condos and senior housing to the banks of the Gowanus Canal will not debut this year after all.
It's been a long time coming, but 303 nicer-looking-than-average affordable units at 38 6th Avenue in Prospect Heights will be up for grabs starting Friday.
An affordable housing lottery launches Thursday for 24 units on Dean Street.
The deadline is approaching to apply for a new affordable senior development in East New York.
The studios, one-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments will rent for $519 to $1,740 a month.
You don't have to be an elected official or data scientist to use this new neighborhood and housing visualization tool from NYU Furman Center.
More than two dozen affordable units in a new development in Clinton Hill are up for grabs starting today.