After years of controversy, the New York City Economic Development Corp. Tuesday filed plans to redevelop the Bedford Union Armory in Crown Heights with a higher proportion of affordable housing than previous plans.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 183 units at a two-block development at the southern end of the former site of the Rheingold Brewery in Bushwick.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for three one-bedrooms on Boerum Street whose rents rival those of non-regulated apartments in the area.
Eligible incomes range from $22,903 to $57,240 a year for units in the six-story mixed-use building.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for nine of the 44 units at a six-story modern brick building on Park Avenue in Bed Stuy.
East Williamsburg residents say they oppose the city's plan to raise funds for repairs through private for-profit development.
The city may drop plans for condos at the controversial Bedford-Union Armory redevelopment but not the luxury rentals.
Eligible incomes range from $31,612 to $57,240 a year for units in the seven-story mixed-use building.
Eligible incomes range widely, from $24,858 to $124,020 a year for units in the eight-story mixed-use building.
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.