View across West 133rd Street, where three of the buildings are located
Now that de Blasio’s made a pretty significant dent in his goal of building or preserving 200,000 units of affordable housing over the next decade, there seem to be more middle-income housing lotteries opening, in addition to the influx of low-income lotteries that began popping up with a vengeance at the end of last year. The latest offers 36 newly rehabilitated units across five Harlem buildings, running from the border of Morningside Heights at 116th Street up to 138th Street. They’re priced between $1,156 for studios, $1,562 for one-bedrooms, $1,591-$2,611 for two-bedrooms, and $1,831-$3,009 for three-bedrooms.
Applications will be accepted today through July 29th. Residents of Manhattan Community Board 10 will receive preference. Apply here (pdf).
- Apply for 55 Middle-Income Apartments in Prime Murray Hill
- 7,500-Name Waitlist Opens for 975 Affordable Units at Harlem’s Riverton Complex
- Housing Lottery Launches for 135 New Rentals in Mott Haven, From $538/Month
Find below 6sqft’s map of other ongoing housing lotteries:
Neighborhoods : Harlem