HARLEM — A new affordable housing development in Harlem is now taking applications.
Forty-seven units are available in the building, at 2139 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., with applications due May 10.
► 1-Bedroom Apartments:
Twelve units are available for $847 per month each.
Single residents can apply if they make between $30,412 and $36,300 annually. Two residents can apply if their combined income is between $30,412 and $41,460 annually.
► 2-Bedroom Apartments:
Thirty-five 2-bedroom units are available for $1,025 per month each.
Two residents can apply if they collectively make between $36,549 and $41,460 annually. Three residents can apply if their combined income is between $36,549 and $46,620. Four residents can apply if they collectively make between $36,549 and $51,780.
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A total of 5 percent of the units will be set side for those with mobility disabilities, while two percent will be reserved for those with vision or hearing disabilities. Half of the units will go to residents of Manhattan's Community Board 10, while five percent will be held for municipal employees.
According to the developer, Harlem Dowling Alembic LLC, the building features a residents lounge, landscaped terrace, community room, laundry room, bicycle parking spaces and a 24-hour super. Residents must pay an electricity fee to use the community room and laundry room.
Applications can be submitted online at the NYC Housing Connect website, or can be requested by sending a self-addressed envelope to: Lemle & Wolff Inc., 5925 Broadway, Bronx, N.Y., 10463.