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Score a One-Bedroom Apartment in Sugar Hill for $747 Per Month

 An example of a building rehabbed with affordable housing units at 235 W. 116th St. in Central Harlem.
An example of a building rehabbed with affordable housing units at 235 W. 116th St. in Central Harlem.
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HARLEM— Applications opened Monday for 16 newly renovated units in two buildings with on-site superintendents and laundry, blocks away from Jackie Robinson Park, and one-bedrooms renting for as low as $747 per month.

The units are located in two buildings in Harlem’s Sugar Hill area, at 369 Edgecombe Ave., which faces the park, and nearby 801 St. Nicholas Ave.

At 801 St. Nicholas Ave., which is an elevator building, two studio apartments are renting for $801 per month, five one-bedrooms for $861, one two-bedroom apartment for $1,042 and five three-bedrooms for $1,196.

Two one-bedroom apartments are renting for $747 and one two-bedroom apartment for $906 at 369 Edgecombe Ave.

READ MORE: How to Apply for Affordable Housing in New York City

The buildings are available to households earning between $27,565 and $66,420 per year, and they are being renovated through the city's Department of Housing Preservation and Development by Washington Heights-based Community League of the Heights, or CLOTH.

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Five percent of the units will go to city employees. The remaining units will go to households who meet the income and household size requirements.

The application process began on May 15 and runs until June 6, and prospective tenants can apply either online at nyc.gov/housingconnect or request an application through the mail by sending a self-addressed envelope to CLOTH – Heights 150th Street, 500 W. 159th  Street, New York, NY 10032.

Applications will be selected for review through a lottery process.