The latest in a rush of housing lottery kick offs is happening on Thursday at 260 West 153rd Street in Central Harlem, according to the NYC HDC. The brand new building is courtesy of affordable housing gurus L&M Development (who are also behind 149 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg, where a lottery is launching tomorrow). Of its 51 apartments, 34 are set aside for low-income residents earning between $23,349 and $43,150 annually. Rents will range from $641/month studios to $836/month two bedrooms.
The seven-story brick building designed by Curtis+Ginsberg Architects occupies 41,442 square feet of residential space, with an additional 8,000 square feet set aside for an 18-spot, first-floor parking lot. The ground floor will also have community space, including a day care and space for Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, who is a co-developer of the building.
Those who qualify for the lottery can apply here.
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Rendering via L&M Development
Neighborhoods : Harlem