affordable housing

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Williamsburg »

Wilfredo Enriquez, 59, plunged to his death at 325 Kent Ave. on Friday morning, officials said.

Crown Heights »

Cobble Hill's more affordable listings range from $455,000 to $1.475 million, NeighborhoodX found.

Hudson Square »

The proposed development across from Pier 40 is intended to have nearly 500 below-market units.

Grasmere »

Ben Carson has no government experience and has criticized programs that act as a safety net.

Clinton Hill »

The lottery for 29 affordable units at 504 Myrtle Ave. opened Friday.

Bed-Stuy »

The proposal would bring two new buildings to the area with 88 affordable apartments, plans show.

Williamsburg »

Applications for 104 affordable apartments on the Williamsburg waterfront open on Nov. 28.

Civic Center »

The threat from Trump to cut federal funding could affect housing and public safety.

Belmont »

The lottery for nine affordable apartments at 2346 Prospect Ave. are open through Dec. 14.

Bed-Stuy »

A new building could replace a basketball court and parking lot, or a lawn area.

Rockaway Beach »

Officials were seen removing files from Dayton Beach Park offices in Rockaway Beach on Tuesday.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The first workshop will be held at 6 p.m on Dec. 13 at Borough Hall. 

Long Island City »

The housing lottery for affordable units at The Hayden at 43-25 Hunter St. will be open until Nov. 30.

Central Harlem »

The city will decline federal aid if it comes with strings attached that go against the city's values.