Of the affordable apartments, there are four studios, another four one-bedroom units and nine two-bedroom units.
Following the sale of two freestanding Edwardian homes in Flatbush back in March, a planned development on the property is beginning to move forward.
The redevelopment of one of the two 19th century buildings that formerly housed beloved local institution BookCourt is visible.
Rents start at $822 a month for a studio and top out at $1,070 a month for a two-bedroom apartment.
An affordable housing lottery has opened up in a newly constructed six-story building on Bartlett Street in Williamsburg.
An affordable housing lottery has opened up for 11 unusually pricey units in a six-story building on Dekalb Avenue in Bed Stuy, a few blocks from the busy Myrtle-Broadway intersection.
Permits were filed for an eight-story residential building at 319 Lenox Road, where a freestanding wood frame house now stands.
After a number of years, the six-story apartment building, designed by Charles Mallea, appears to be back on track.
When we last checked in on 410 Tompkins Avenue in Bed Stuy, new renderings had just been revealed.
The Charles Mallea-designed building has balconies, parking, laundry and air conditioning.