Individuals making roughly $48,000 or a family of three making $62,000 would be eligible, HPD said.
Rent prices in the neighborhood dropped by 3.14 percent in May, according to a real estate report.
Real estate broker Doug Kleiman talks with DNAinfo about mom-and-pops, big-box stores and vacancies.
The Market Diner opened in 1962 and temporarily closed in 2006.
The car company's new offices at 330 Hudson St. are nearly complete, a spokesman said.
The neighborhood topped the borough's list with 183 sales in 2015's second quarter, the report found.
This Pierrepont Street duplex has three fireplaces and a turret.
The group hopes a private investigator will help answer questions about the property's true owners.
The neighborhood makes up about $96 million in property values, according to a researcher.
The building will be home to 50 condos, retail space and a New York Sports Club.
The Center for Fiction is moving into the BAM North II building, aka EyeBAM, in Fort Greene.
More than 100 of those apartments have been empty for an average of eight years.
These three units feature large windows and tons of natural light.
Leo Heinert, named the city's top amateur skateboarder, works as a real estate agent.
If you're looking to relocate to a better school district, here's how you should do your research.
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