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Prospect Heights »

The subsidized apartments at Pacific Park are set aside for households earning up to $173,415 a year.

Williamsburg »

Thirty-eight subsidized apartments are up for grabs in a grand Street building where Rainbow used to be.

East New York »

Applications are open for 47 below-market-rate apartments at 2501 Pitkin Ave. through Nov. 27.

Greenwood Heights »

Renters can apply through the city's affordable housing lottery to land a spot in the high-rise.

Crown Heights »

Thirty-three units of affordable housing are available at 267 Rogers Ave. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

To qualify, you must make between $34,355 and $57,240, according to a city listing.

East Harlem »

The city's affordable housing program this week added 24 more units in East and Central Harlem.

Williamsburg »

Ten apartments are up for grabs at 174 North 11th St. 

Fordham »

Residents can apply for the affordable housing units until Sept. 5.

Clinton Hill »

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

Fort Greene »

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

Prospect Heights »

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

East Harlem »

Rent is capped at 30 percent of the applicant's income. 

Central Harlem »

40 below-market-value apartments are available in the neighborhood.