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Astoria »

The lottery opened Thursday for six units at 11-07 Welling Court, with applications due July 22.

Crown Heights »

The council voted unanimously for a tax incentive at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital in Crown Heights.

Williamsburg »

Applications to live at 11 Jackson Street are due by July 13.

Midtown »

There were a record 104,000 applicants for 64 affordable units in Midtown in one building alone.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Applications are open for 17 affordable apartments at 424 W. 55th St., between Ninth and 10th avenues.

Long Island City »

The city issued an RFP Thursday to develop Parcels F and G, which will include 750 apartments.

Mott Haven »

Radson Development is working on a new affordable housing project by 147th Street and Timpson Place.

Washington Heights »

The O'Hanlon, a 44-unit supportive housing building, opened on Amsterdam Avenue near 166th Street.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Tenants living at 463 W. 19th St. say they have been without hot water or heat since April 9.

Melrose »

The lottery for affordable apartments at 655 Morris Ave. opened on Tuesday.

Mott Haven »

The plan calls for roughly 500 affordable units at three different developments.

Claremont »

A building at 950 E. 176th St. will include 79 new affordable apartments.

Mott Haven »

Developers plan to turn P.S. 31 into a complex with affordable housing and commercial space.

Nolita »

The city wants to build affordable housing on the garden site, but didn't win a grant to fund the plan.

Upper West Side »

Residents said it was unfair to ask them to give up parking in the name of affordable housing.