These Buildings Are Accepting Applications For Affordable Apartments Right Now

141 Metropolitan Ave, Williamsburg

  • Apartments are available for tenants at 130% of AMI.
  • 3 one-bedroom apartments for $2,211. Income range for one person is $75,806 to $97,110.
  • Rent does not include electricity.
  • 5% of units have a preference for mobility-disabled people, and another 2% have preference for those with vision or hearing disabilities.
  • Applications close October 22.

 

743 Lafayette Ave, Bed Stuy

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  • Apartments are available for tenants at 130% of AMI.
  • 2 two-bedroom apartments for $2,250. Income range for two people is $77,143 to $111,020.
  • 1 three-bedroom apartment for $3,000. Income range for three people is $102,858 to $124,930.
  • Rent does not include gas.
  • 5% of units have a preference for mobility-disabled people, and another 2% have preference for those with vision or hearing disabilities.
  • Applications close October 25.

 

340 & 342 Rutland Rd, Prospect Lefferts Gardens

  • Apartments available for tenants at 130% of AMI.
  • 3 one-bedroom apartments for $2,211. Income range for one person is $75,806 to $97,110.
  • 1 two-bedroom apartment for $2,666. Income range for two people is $91,406 to $111,020.
  • 1 three-bedroom apartment for $3,072. Income range for three people is $105,326 to $124,930.
  • Rent does not include electricity.
  • 5% of units have a preference for mobility-disabled people, and another 2% have preference for those with vision or hearing disabilities.
  • Applications close October 29.

 

731 Bedford Ave, Williamsburg

  • Apartments are available for tenants at 130% of AMI.
  • 3 two-bedroom apartments for $2,600, with four months of free rent. Income range for two people is $89,143 to $111,020.
  • Rent does not include electricity or gas.
  • 5% of units have a preference for mobility-disabled people, and another 2% have preference for those with vision or hearing disabilities.
  • Applications close November 6.

 

188 Humboldt St, Williamsburg

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  • Apartments are available for tenants at 130% of AMI.
  • 4 studio apartments for $2,176. Income range for one person is $74,606 to $97,110.
  • 4 one-bedroom apartments for $2,289. Income range for one person is $78,480 to $97,110.
  • 9 two-bedroom apartments for $2,758. Income range for two people is $94,560 to $111,020.
  • Rent does not include electricity.
  • 5% of units have a preference for mobility-disabled people, and another 2% have preference for those with vision or hearing disabilities.
  • Applications close November 6.

894, 896, and 900 New York Ave, East Flatbush

  • Apartments are available for tenants at 130% of AMI.
  • 3 one-bedroom apartments for $2,199, with one month of free rent. Income range for one person is $75,395 to $97,110.
  • 6 two-bedroom apartments for $2,450, with one month of free rent. Income range for two people is $84,000 to $111,020.
  • Rent does not include electricity.
  • 5% of units have a preference for mobility-disabled people, and another 2% have preference for those with vision or hearing disabilities.
  • Applications close November 7.

 

HELP Livonia Apartments, 463 Livonia Ave, East New York

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  • Apartments available for tenants at 40%, 50%, and 60% of AMI.
    • 40%
      • 2 one-bedroom apartments for $590. Income range for one person is $22,800 to $29,880
      • 2 two-bedroom apartments for $718. Income range for two people is $27,326 to $34,160
    • 50%
      • 2 one-bedroom apartments for $769. Income range for one person is $28,938 to $37,350
      • 2 two-bedroom apartments for $933. Income range for two people is $34,698 to $42,700
    • 60%
      • 17 one-bedroom apartments for $1,043. Income range for one person is $38,332 to $44,820
      • 14 two-bedroom apartments for $1,262. Income range for two people is $45,978 to $51,240
      • 2 three-bedroom apartments for $1,449. Income range for three people is $53,075 to $57,660
  • Rent does not include electricity.
  • 5% of units are set aside for mobility-disabled people, and another 2% are set aside for those with vision or hearing disabilities.
  • 50% of units have a preference for Brooklyn Community Board 5 residents, while another 5% have a preference for municipal employees.
  • Applications close December 3.
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Ben Brachfeld

Ben Brachfeld

Ben Brachfeld is a freelance reporter based in Brooklyn. His work has also appeared in Gotham Gazette, City & State, and Gothamist. Reach out to him via email at benbrachfeld@bklyner.com, or on Twitter @benbrachfeld.

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