Police are looking for suspects in two housing scams that affected more than a dozen Uptown families.
Twenty percent of the 133 units at 1525 Bedford Ave. will be affordable, the buyer's broker said.
Officials plan to turn Atlantic Avenue into a "vibrant corridor" with buildings up to 12 stories.
The developer has also increased the size of the planned retail center.
The campaign is seeking to raise $9,000 to help families defrauded by a fake leasing agent.
Economic development organization SoBRO has several projects in the pipeline for the borough.
Navy Green Townhouses will be located where the former Navy Yard prison once was.
At least four families paid the suspect about $3,000 for apartments at 552 Academy St., officials said.
Harlem Grown's garden on 134th St. and Lenox Ave. may be destroyed to make way for affordable housing.
The study will look at opportunities for more residential construction, particularly affordable housing.
At least 15 Brooklyn and Manhattan community gardens could be bulldozed, advocates said.
Tenants feared the loss of federal subsidies after recieving a notice last year.
The mayor's most-mentioned words last year included "city" and "people."
The building just two blocks from McCarren Park has rents starting $640 per month for a studio.
90,000 online and 2,700 paper applications were received in the housing lottery at Hunters Point South.
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