There are 19 affordable units at 490 Myrtle Ave., near Hall Street in Clinton Hill.
The city unveiled its "Jamaica Now Action Plan."
The city's housing lottery is accepting applications.
Affordable rentals have decreased Downtown by more 20 percent over the past four years.
Sutton Management applied for 421a, a tax exemption for buildings with 20 percent affordable units.
Collegiate School will pay the city to construct the units as part of its plan to build a new school.
Lottery for 160 Madison Ave., which will offer 64 affordable units, has now opened.
The plan would allow developers to build taller in exchange for creating more affordable housing.
Units will be for residents earning 48 percent and 58 percent of the area media income (AMI).
The city proposal aims to make it easier for developers to build affordable units, the plan says.
Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez presented his vision for a new mixed-use development in Inwood.
The Collegiate School is not legally obligated to provide the 55 units locals expected in the project.
City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez wants to rezone 100 acres in Inwood.
Activist Alicia Boyd shouted down members of Brooklyn Community Board 9's land use committee on Monday.
Boston Road Residence at 1175 Boston Rd. will also offer units for the formerly homeless.
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