Construction has reached about the fifth floor of a nine-story building with 37 affordable apartments on Fulton Street.
The lottery is set at an area median income range of 80 percent for 13 of the units and 130 percent for the remaining seven.
A startling number of affordable units have monthly rents close to those of market-rate units, and often in the same building.
Of the affordable apartments in the two-building complex, there are 50 one-bedroom units, 54 two-bedroom units and 17 three-bedroom units.
Of the affordable apartments, there are 16 studios, 17 one-bedroom units and 34 two-bedroom units.
The lottery for the four-story, eight unit building is set at an area median income range of 130 percent, which is increasingly becoming the norm for affordable units, especially in Bushwick.
The under-construction building will include underground parking, an indoor/outdoor fitness area, a children’s room and retail on the ground floor.
Each unit will have a washer/dryer and the building includes rooftop gardening plots and a dog run and washing station.
There are a total of seven units in the four-story building, each with its own balcony and washer/dryer.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for eight apartments in an under-construction seven-story building on Fulton Street, formerly the site of a gas station.