HARLEM — Harlem homes with rents starting at $1,156 are hitting the market.
The three dozen affordable apartments will be spread out across several locations: 235 West 116th Street, 119 West 133rd Street, 123- 125 West 133rd Street, 132 West 133rd Street and 63 West 137th Street.
They will be available to households earning between $41,143 and $173,415 per year.
There will be 29 two-bedroom apartments renting from $1,591, three one-bedroom apartments starting at $1,562, and three three-bedroom apartments as low as $1,831.
A family of four would have to earn between $56,195 and $90,600 to qualify for one of the two-bedroom apartments. Heat is included in the rent.
The buildings are being rehabilitated through the city’s Housing Development Corporation's Multifamily Preservation Loan Program. A percentage of units will be set aside for eligible Manhattan Community Board 10 members, city employees and people with vision, hearing and mobile disabilities.
The application process started May 31 and runs until July 29. To learn how to apply for affordable housing click here.