Photo of the construction progress at 461 Dean Street in January, via Field Condition
After suffering delays, lawsuits, leaks and alignment issues, Pacific Park’s 461 Dean Street (aka the B2 Tower) is finally wrapping up construction and has just launched its affordable housing lottery. The 32-story structure from SHoP Architects will be the world’s tallest prefab tower, and of its 363 units, 181 will be available to low- and middle-income households. This will range from $559/month studios to $3,012 two-bedrooms and from individuals earning $20,675 annually to families of four earning $144,960.
Apartments feature wide-plank white walnut flooring, brushed metal hardware, oversized windows, and in-unit washers and dryers. Kitchens have stainless steel appliances, custom-made lacquered cabinetry, and quartz countertops.
Amenities, which require an additional fee, include a fitness center, private dining room, lounge, terrace, children’s play room, game room, and art studio.
In total, the 22-acre Pacific Park complex, which is anchored by the Barclays Center, will have 16 condo towers and 2,250 units of affordable housing. The lottery for 461 Dean Street is open through June 27th. Those who qualify can apply here, and you can find out more information on the development’s official affordable housing site.
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