An audit by the state comptroller found problems at three city-supervised affordable housing buildings.
Individuals making roughly $48,000 or a family of three making $62,000 would be eligible, HPD said.
Many developments are planned for downtown Jamaica, but residents wonder who will benefit from them?
The city is taking tenant applications for 382 Lefferts Ave. through Sept. 22.
Some are against the building entirely, and the community board is pushing for affordable condos.
La Central, located in Melrose, will bring almost 1,000 new apartments to the neighborhood.
Joe Restuccia has been working on housing issues in the neighborhood for more than three decades.
The city said 20,325 new and preserved units in fiscal year 2015 mark the largest amount since 1989.
P.S. 31 was recently demolished because of structural issues, according to the city.
The Rent Guidelines Board froze rents on one-year leases and raised two-year leases by 2 percent.
Brooklyn Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna questioned the developer's affordable housing commitment.
While Washington Heights and Inwood have seen an influx of new jobs, not all residents have benefited.
The city hopes to see the Spofford Juvenile Detention Center used for affordable housing.
Even if all goes as planned, Gowanus Green won't break ground until at least 2018, the developer said.
Better question: Can planning affordable housing be made fun?
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