Affordable Lottery Opens for 51 Units in East Flatbush, Starting at $1,525 a Month

Photo by Jonathan Kirschenfeld Architect PC

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An affordable housing lottery has opened for 51 newly constructed units in The Clark, an eight-story building located at 310 Clarkson Avenue, at the corner of Nostrand, in East Flatbush.

Of the affordable apartments, there are 18 studios, 17 one-bedroom units, 14 two-bedroom units and a trio of three-bedroom units. Monthly rents start at $1,525 and top out at $2,635.

The lottery is set at an area median income range of 130 percent. Eligible incomes range between $55,286 and $168,220 for households of one to seven people.

Jonathan Kirschenfeld is the architect, and his design is very close to the renderings that were released back in 2015, with patterned brick details and mid-century-style corner windows.

The building has 170 units in total. Retail will take up 8,388 square feet of space on the ground floor, and the building has a gym and yoga room on the first floor. In terms of parking, there are 85 spaces for bikes and another 85 accessory parking spaces.

According to the lottery listing, each unit will have a washer/dryer and the building will include a “quiet co-working space,” rooftop gardening plots and a dog run and washing station.

View of 310 Clarkson from Nostrand Avenue. Photo by Jonathan Kirschenfeld Architect PC

View of 310 Clarkson from Nostrand Avenue. Photo by Jonathan Kirschenfeld Architect PC

Leasing for market-rate units began in June 2018. Based on the listing photos, the units have large open kitchens, some with a half-wall counter, large bedrooms, a lot of windows and walk-in closets.

Hudson Companies is the developer. They purchased the property, which included multiple parcels, in 2014 for $10 million. They also built a tower in nearby Prospect Lefferts Gardens and are behind the redevelopment of the Brooklyn Heights Library.

310 Clarkson Avenue in 2014. Photo by Google Maps

310 Clarkson Avenue in 2014. Photo by Google Maps

Applications for the affordable housing lottery must be submitted by December 12. Apply through NYC Housing Connect. To learn more about how to apply for affordable housing, read Brownstoner’s guide.

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