70 charlton street

affordable housing, housing lotteries, Hudson Square, Soho

70 charlton street

It’s not too often that affordable housing opportunities arise in prime downtown areas like West Soho, but starting tomorrow, 70 Charlton Street will begin accepting applications for 29 of its below-market-rate apartments. The Beyer Blinder Belle-designed building is of the luxury persuasion, developed by none other than Extell. In total there are 116 residences; 92 are high-end co-ops (currently priced between $1.6M and $7.1M) with interiors crafted by Workshop/APD in one building, and the rest affordable units situated in a connected building. According to the Housing Connect websitestudios will start at $833/month, one-bedrooms will go for $895/month and two-bedrooms for $1,082/month.

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