Of the affordable apartments, there are 21 one-bedroom units, 18 two-bedroom units and two three-bedrooms.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 240 units in three buildings that are part of the second phase of East New York’s Livonia Commons complex.
The lottery has just opened for hundreds of affordable units in a new housing development in East New York. The complex of buildings, known as Livonia Commons, will have studio apartments starting at $500 a month, one-bedrooms units starting at $538, two-bedrooms at $655 and up and three-bedrooms at starting at $749. The most expensive unit is a three-bedroom for $1,196.
The opening of the lottery was first reported by Brokelyn.
A few details on the income restrictions: The least expensive studio unit is available only to someone earning between $18,515 and $24,200 a year. The most expensive units could go to a family of six earning between $42,892 and $60,120 a year. A PDF of the table outlining the income requirements can be downloaded here.