affordable housing

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Vinegar Hill »

A community board committee voted against the plans bring 93 new apartments to 251 Front St.

Mott Haven »

The units will be in a new affordable housing building at E. 142nd Street and St. Ann’s Avenue.

Astoria »

De Blasio and Stringer traded barbs once again, this time about how best to combat Trump policies.

Central Harlem »

The garden, on public land, would become 29 apartments and a restaurant under the city's plans.

Civic Center »

Vicki Been and Carl Weisbrod were behind many of the mayor's affordable housing initiatives.

Bed-Stuy »

The proposal would bring 296 new apartments to Flushing and Franklin avenues.

Melrose »

Officials broke ground Friday on the Bronx Commons project, at Brook Avenue and East 163rd Street.

Williamsburg »

But some advocates said the thousands of housing units did not focus on those most in need.

Claremont »

The building at 1825 Boston Rd. will contain a total of 107 new affordable housing units.

Williamsburg »

Developers will host two bilingual workshops on how correctly fill out affordable housing applications.

Prospect Heights »

The building at 38 Sixth Ave. is part of the 22-acre Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park complex.

Crown Heights »

Applications open Thursday for 24 units at 1040 Dean St.

Morris Heights »

Applications are open for seven new units of affordable housing at 74 W. Tremont Ave.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city plans to build between 200 and 250 affordable apartments on a parking lot at the complex.

Inwood »

The project, which is set to begin in 2019, will also include a "state of the art" new library.