affordable housing

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Bushwick »

City officials, community groups and developers are fighting over the number of affordable units.

Yorkville »

The 17-unit facility will be for single women and their children.

East Harlem »

East Harlem's Community Board 11 approved the project with several conditions attached.

Morrisania »

Three one-bedrooms are available at 1319A and 1319B Prospect Ave. for $1,230 a month.

Midtown East »

The group protested the Real Estate Board of New York meeting for undermining city affordable housing.

Crown Heights »

More than 3,000 units of affordable housing and a new ambulatory network are highlights of the plan.


The affordable housing lottery for 181 Front St. opens Friday.

Lower East Side »

Applications are now open for the first affordable units at the Lower East Side mega-development.

Midtown »

Stringer said de Blasio's homelessness plan reboot is the most important speech of his mayoralty.

Claremont »

The complex will include 126 apartments, including units for people mental health issues.

Tremont & East Tremont »

Newly constructed units are available at 4275 Park Ave. in The Bronx.

Williamsburg »

104 applicants will score subsidized apartments on the Williamsburg waterfront.

Bushwick »

More than 200 Bushwick residents turned out Saturday to talk about the neighborhood's future.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The affordable housing lottery for 33 Bond St. opens Monday.

Long Island City »

The report identified a 70-acre portion of Sunnyside Yard it deemed the "most viable for development."