affordable housing

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Fort Greene »

Prospective tenants have until Sept. 19 to apply for 76 affordable units at the new BAM South Tower.

Civic Center »

Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen said the city passed their goals despite "some headwinds coming out of Albany."

Mott Haven »

The money will go toward building roughly 800 new units in the borough, according to his office.

Morris Heights »

A total of 20 newly renovated units are available at multiple buildings throughout the borough.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Affordable housing advocates marched through Downtown Brooklyn Wednesday.

Edgemere »

The Arker Companies and the Northeast Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation bought the site in May.

Clinton Hill »

The affordable housing lottery for Waverly Brooklyn opened this week and will run through Sept. 6.

Fort Greene »

Leasing begins Tuesday for the 304 market-rate apartments at 250 Ashland Place.

Prospect Heights »

The 18-story affordable building at 535 Carlton Ave. is set to open by the end of 2016, developers said.

Mott Haven »

The city is looking for a developer to build a 158,000 square foot site along the Harlem River.

East Flatbush »

A total of 110 units are available in the new CAMBA Gardens II building near Kings County Hospital.

Astoria »

2030 Astoria Developers says it relies on the 421-a program's revival to go ahead with its plans.

Belmont »

The $156 million project will include more than 300 units of affordable housing.

Clinton Hill »

Attend an affordable housing workshop this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Brown Memorial Baptist Church.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Brooklyn Heights Association is suing over the planned development of condo towers at the pier.