Prospective tenants have until Dec. 15 to apply for the 924 affordable units at the Queens development.
A forum to help residents with the application process will be held Monday night in Long Island City.
From storm readiness to good views, DNAinfo has advice on the pros and cons of buying on the waterfront.
The developer, partnering with the nonprofit Selfhelp, will build two high-rises with 1,193 apartments.
The owners of the popular coffee shop will operate an open air cafe at the new waterfront park.
Two new facilities opened in the neighborhood, where parents have been calling for more school seats.
The 5-acre park includes a children's playground, basketball courts and a dog run.
Hunters Point Community Middle School will use the nearby waterfront to teach about the environment.
Get Our Daily New York Newsletter
Thank you for signing up!
Would you like to sign up for additional newsletters?
Thank you for signing up for additional newsletters.