Twenty of the 99 apartments at the St Mark's complex at 616 Bushwick Ave. are open for New Yorkers who apply through the city's housing lottery and earn between $28,183 and $54,360 annually for families with between one and four people.
The subsidized apartments are spread out between the three buildings, the renovated church, the old school building and a new building on site, said Nooklyn broker Leo Heinert.
"One of the best units in the building" — a two-bedroom duplex with high ceilings and original tile work — is open to subsided tenants through the lottery, Heinert said.
All tenants will have access to laundry rooms and a rooftop deck, Heinert said.
Subsidized apartments rent out at $822, $899 and $1,071 a month for studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms, respectively, according to HPD.
Market rate apartments in the building will start at $2,500 for studios and range up to $6,000 for two-bedrooms, with higher prices in the historic church, Heinert said.
The elegant red-brick church was built in late 1800's and served Bushwick's German population as an Evangelical Lutheran for more than a century.
The congregation disbanded several years ago and developers at Cayuga Capital bought the property in 2012 for $4.1 million, property records show.
Before the gut renovation took place, artists and filmmakers used it as a DIY venue and film set, renting it from Cayuga.