The redevelopment of the former Greenpoint Hospital in East Williamsburg is moving along after years of scrapped plans, local resistance and lawsuits.
An unusually high percentage of units in the Stanwix Street complex are in the affordable housing program but the rents are relatively high.
Eligible incomes range from 80 percent to 165 percent of the area median income -- unusually high for Brooklyn.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 19 newly constructed units in a five-story building at 336 Himrod Street in Bushwick
Now available in Crown Heights are affordable units that rival and, in some cases, even surpass market-rate units in the same building.
The building, which will be called the Gloria Bleecker, will have an outdoor terrace on the roof and a recreation room on the first floor.
Rents for affordable units in the Rabsky-developed building will be on the high side, set at an area median income range of 130 percent.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 10 newly-constructed units that are part of a seven-story complex at on Ford Street in Crown Heights.
Arlington Village, a once nearly vacant two-block complex with a complicated history in East New York, has a new, spruced-up look.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 35 studios located in a six-story building under construction on a former Woodhull Hospital parking lot in Bed Stuy.