The building, between 73rd and 74th streets, is offering six units on lower floors through the city's affordable housing program, administered through the Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
One- and two-bedroom units start as low as $860 a month for those who meet the eligibility requirements.
That's a steep discount compared with other units in the building, which draw monthly rents that start at $2,400 for one-bedrooms and climb to $4,100 for a penthouse unit with a large outdoor deck.
There are five two-bedroom apartments available and one single bedroom through the lottery, according to HPD.
The one-bedroom apartment is available for households that include one or two people, with incomes ranging from $29,000 to $41,280.
The two-bedroom apartments, for households of two to four people, start renting at $1,146 and go up to $1,171.
Income requirements for those units range from $29,486 and $51,540, depending on the size of the apartment.
Each apartment features outdoor space, with some units adjacent to the 7 train platform. The building also features coin-operated laundry machines, a live-in super and parking available for an extra fee.
It's also only steps from the busy 74th Street transit hub, with stops for the E,F,M,R and 7 trains and multiple buses.
Potential renters can apply through the city's Housing Connect program. For a full list of other available units, visit the Housing Connect website.