Lottery Announced For 4 Affordable Housing Units In PLG

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PROSPECT-LEFFERTS GARDEN — Developers are accepting applications for four affordable units at a new rental development at 346 Rutland Rd. between New York and Nostrand Avenues.

New building in PLG listing 4 affordable housing units. (Renderings: Nooklyn)
New building in PLG listing four affordable housing units. (Renderings: Nooklyn)

The 4-story building features 9,693 sq. ft. of residential space across 13 units divided among studios, 1- and 2-bedroom units.  The building replaces a three-story, unattached single-family home. Chaim Rossenwasser purchased the structure from Elvira Maynard in June 2017 for $1.3 million, more than 10 times what she and Elizabeth Maynard paid for the property in 1987.

The affordable units are reserved for applicants earning 130% of the area median income (AMI).  Annual household income requirements range from $68,538 – $108,550 for single and double occupancy in the one available studio. Singles, couples and households of three looking for the lone 1-bedroom need to make between $71,966 – $122,070. Households with two to five people cand choose from two 2-bedroom apartments but must earn from $84,858 to $146,510.

Applicants can expect a bike room, gym and game room, communal lounge, card-based laundry center and roof access. Units will feature stainless steel appliances and stone countertops. There are three studios, six 1-bedroom apartments and four 2-bedroom apartments at the building.

New York City residents have first preference to apply for the affordable units, but there is no district component so immediate neighbors in Community Board 9 will not get preference. A percentage of units will be set aside for applicants with mobility (5%) and vision/hearing (2%) disabilities.

The deadline for applications is Monday, April 1. Click here to apply.

Check out NYC Housing Connect for more information on how to find and apply for affordable housing. Are you applying to any of the affordable housing units throughout the city? Tell us about your experience at editor@bklyner.com.

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