BROOKLYN — Two-dozen apartments in Crown Heights starting at $845 per month for a studio will open to applicants Thursday through the city's affordable housing lottery.
The units at 1040 Dean St. at the corner of Franklin Avenue include studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments open to residents earning a range of incomes.
One studio renting for $845 per month will be available to a resident earning between $30,858 and $38,100 per year.
Twenty one-bedroom apartments renting for $856 per month will be available to one-person households earning between $31,303 and $38,100 per year, or two-person households earning between $31,303 and $43,500 per year.
A trio of two-bedroom units renting for $1,022 per month will be available to two-person households earning between $37,029 and $43,500 per year, three-person households earning between $37,029 and $48,960 per year, or four-bedroom households earning between $37,029 and $54,360 per year.
Monthly rents include the cost of cooking gas.
Amenities at the building include an intercom system, a fitness center, a rooftop terrace, storage, limited parking and bike storage in the large new residential building notable for its floor-to-ceiling, multi-paned windows.
Five percent of the units are set aside for mobility-disabled applicants, while 2 percent are set aside for vision or hearing-impaired applicants.
Preference for 50 percent of the apartments will be given to those already living in Brooklyn Community Board 8, while preference for 5 percent of the units will be given to city employees.
The deadline to apply is March 13.
Applicants can apply online or request an application by sending a self-addressed envelope to 260 Power St., c/o 1040 Dean Street, Brooklyn NY 11211.
The project, formerly known as 608 Franklin Ave., has been under construction for about two years.