affordable housing

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West Harlem »

The building became dilapidated as the Boys and Girls Club tried to raise money.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Amenities at 330 W. 51st St. include a community room, a backyard, a laundry room and 24-hour security.

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights representatives are demanding more subsidized housing in the troubled redevelopment.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The plan depends on the relocation of existing tenants from building to others within the project.

Park Slope »

Avery Hall Investments on Nov. 1 will reveal its new plan for a mixed use development at 120 Fifth Ave.

Hudson Square »

The controversial project to add housing and retail now heads to the City Council for approval.

Claremont »

A total of 72 new affordable housing units are available at 1776 Boston Road.

Greenpoint »

Ava Javier had applied to 100+ housing lotteries with little response. Then she found a winning tip.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The 150 affordable units are located at The Hub at 333 Schermerhorn St.

Jamaica »

The buildings will include 669 apartments and retail space. 

Williamsburg »

Affordable apartments are opening up in a new building on the corner of Meeker and Manhattan avenues.

Hudson Square »

The changes are based on feedback from the City Planning Commission.

Astoria »

The developer wants to get its design plans approved under current building codes, a spokesman says.

Hudson Square »

The sites are currently controlled by the Department of Environmental Protection.

Gowanus »

The city says it wants to preserve jobs and create housing in Gowanus.