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.
Jean Dorsey has pushed for amenities like gyms to be open to all building residents.
The groups called for more involvement in the city's rezoning process.
Under a deal with the city, the school will no longer be responsible for building 55 affordable units.
The private school, which is required to build the units, wants to move them to West 108th Street.
Amirentstabilized.com helps you track down whether you're paying too much for your apartment.
De Blasio responded after parade-goers reportedly chanted against the development Sunday.
The group plans to focus on the worst cases of tenant harassment in the area.
Ramon Hernandez paid as much as $1,600 a month even though the legal rent on his apartment was $233.
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