WILLIAMSBURG — Just a stone's throw from L, G, J, M and Z subway stops and within walking distance to dozens of restaurants, supermarkets and bars, 30 new affordable apartments are coming to the neighborhood in three brand new buildings.
One, two and three bedroom units will range in price from $532 a month up to $1,182.
The apartments located in buildings at 37 Ten Eyck St., 37 Maujer St. and 356 Bedford Ave. will have elevators, indoor and outdoor common spaces, an intercom system and bicycle storage, according the Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development's website.
One bedrooms will rent $532 and $847 a month for one and two person households that earn between $20,490 and $27,640 annually.
Two, three and four person households who earn between $38,186 and $51,780 annually will be eligible for two bedroom apartments that cost $1,025 a month.
Three bedrooms for up to six people cost $1,182 for households earning between $44,275 and $60,120.
The three buildings are being constructed on land that used to belong to the city and the project was funded partially through city subsidies, HPD spokeswoman Juliet Pierre-Antoine said.