Affordable Housing Lottery Launches Sea Breeze Tower in Coney Island, Brooklyn

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak DevelopmentSea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

The housing lottery is now open for Sea Breeze Tower, a 20-story residential development at 271 Sea Breeze Avenue in Coney Island, Brooklyn. Developed by Rybak Development and designed by Zproekt, the building yields a total 114 rentals in a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. Available on NYC Housing Connect are the 34 apartments at 130 percent of the area median income, ranging from $58,286 to $183,300.

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Amenities include a doorman, bike storage, a shared laundry room, a children’s playroom, delivery/cold storage, a gym, rooftop recreation, and a 150-vehicle parking garage. Homes will have 11-foot ceiling spans, in-unit washer/dryers, energy-efficient appliances, designer finishes, and balconies and outdoor spaces. The LEED Platinum certified building will also have 27,228 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

At 130 percent of the AMI, there are seven affordable studios with a $1,700 monthly rent for incomes ranging from $58,286 to $118,300; 12 one-bedrooms with a $2,050 monthly rent for incomes ranging from $70,286 to $133,120; 11 two-bedrooms with a $2,465 monthly rent for incomes ranging from $84,515 to $159,640, and four three-bedrooms with a $2,950 monthly rent for incomes ranging from $101,143 to $183,300. Prospective renters must meet income and household size requirements to apply for these apartments. Applications must be postmarked or submitted online no later than December 2, 2020.

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development

Leasing for the remaining 80 market-rate units is expected before the end of the year.

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15 Comments on "Affordable Housing Lottery Launches Sea Breeze Tower in Coney Island, Brooklyn"

  1. Eldridge E Jackson | October 4, 2020 at 6:59 pm | Reply

    my income is 139,000 I would love to view a studio, and 1 bedroom.

  2. I’m grandfather I live with my daughter and my grandson I wish I could have a place like that nice building Looks like Good living wish to hear back from you THANK YOU

  3. Hi, How can I apply for this lottery? Please Advise,thank you ? ?

  4. I wish l live there its a beautiful place.

  5. Evelette Reyes-Alexis | October 4, 2020 at 9:27 pm | Reply

    This is what you affordable housing?
    P L E A S E!

  6. Wasn’t the housing lottery for people making less than $50,000. Anyone making over $60,000 should be more than able to afford and find an apartment

  7. The street-level retail looks very good.

  8. Agree! Much needed retail in this level, a coffee shop would be ideal! This building and the Neptune 6th development should change the landscape of coney. Can’t wait till it’s done 🙂

  9. Dont seem affordable .Rents are close to the some market rate apartments .

  10. How is this affordable?
    Affordable for who??

  11. JERVIS A BOWLES | October 5, 2020 at 2:51 pm | Reply

    Do you accept section 8 recipients?

  12. All the apartment that are currently being built in Brooklyn, Long Island City, Greenpoint that are supposed to be affordable are for families want to live in a nice apartment goes to WHO certainly not the low or middle income , they are designed to keep a certain diverse level of the population in the urban areas and move the other FOLKS in
    THIS IS A JOKE I HAVE TO LAUGH TO KEEP FROM CRYING

  13. Any Congressman or city councilperson who agreed to these prices as affordable, should take a leave of absence FOR A REALITY CHECK.

  14. Yola Levyzahler | December 16, 2020 at 7:02 pm | Reply

    Hi, I am a mother and raised my son Joseph. I am very interested in applying for 271 Sea Breeze Towers Apartments and I love the way that I am currently living in Brighton Beach Avenue and Coney Island near the beaches. I will have a reservation for 2 bedrooms, units washer and dryer and dishwasher in my new apartment.

    I’m currently supporting my Choice Housing Vouchers and applying for New York City Housing Authority for 271 Sea Breeze Towers Apartments.
    I would love to go to the gym with equipment for bicycles and utilizing near my apartment.

    I am explaining to you that I am deaf and utilizing an American Sign Language. I have divorced in 2017.

    Please send me more information about this?

    Regards,

    Yola Levy

  15. Looking for Affordable living for a family of three. Real in need of low price apartment. Plz reply with applications info.
    Thank you
    mK

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