An affordable housing lottery has launched for 87 apartments in a new development on Fort Greene’s South Portland Avenue. The site formerly belonged to an orphanage and is now among a row of church-owned properties.
An affordable housing lottery has launched for 36 apartments in a long-in-the-works tower on the corner of 4th Avenue and Dean Street in Park Slope. Dubbed Signum, the glassy, 143-unit mixed-use building will be one of 4th Avenue’s taller developments at 17 stories.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for the sale of 11 two- and three-family houses in Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights. The lottery is specifically for first-time home buyers with households of between two and seven people earning between $104,500 and $227,630 a year.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for 45 apartments in an under-construction building at 505 State St. in Boerum Hill. The building is the first of two residential towers in developer Alloy’s controversial development 80 Flatbush, now known as Alloy Block.
Jul. 11, 2023 By Anna-Bradley Smith An affordable housing lottery has opened for studio and one and two-bedroom apartments in a forthcoming mixed-income development on Vanderbilt Avenue a few blocks northeast of Fort Greene Park. One block south of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the property runs along Park Avenue, home to the elevated Brooklyn-Queens Expressway…. Read More