affordable housing

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Clinton Hill »

Apartments at the building cost between $780 and $973 a month for residents with qualifying income.

East Harlem »

The nonprofit claims the owner skirted an agreement by adding unauthorized requirements.

East Williamsburg »

The city was supposed to issue a request for ideas from developers in January.

Fort Greene »

There are 49 affordable apartments up for grabs to qualified applicants at 280 Ashland Pl.

South Jamaica »

Those interested have until Aug. 14 to apply.

Astoria »

Just six affordable units are up for grabs, and applicants have until June 26 to apply.

Williamsburg »

The developers were met with disbelief by advocates who point out their track record in Bushwick.

Sunset Park »

Problems are worst in Elmhurst, Corona, Sunset Park and Fordham, affordable housing experts say.

East Williamsburg »

Sixteen subsidized apartments are up for grabs through the city's housing lottery. 

Prospect Heights »

There are 15 affordable apartments available in the newly constructed St. Marks Avenue development.

Williamsburg »

The public review process for an 1,146-unit mega development at the Broadway Triangle began this week.

Upper West Side »

Helms Realty Corp, owners of Broadway Hotel & Hostel, filed a notice of claim against the city.

East Harlem »

Residents largely criticized the rezoning plan and said the housing development would exclude locals.

Long Island City »

The city's housing lottery is accepting applications for 34 affordable units at 27-19 44th Drive.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city promised two planned affordable buildings would have moderate-income housing, CB4 members said.