Affordable Housing Units Still Available at 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. All images courtesy of NYC Housing Connect

The affordable housing lottery has launched for 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue, three adjacent residential buildings in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. All three buildings were built in 2009 and have a total of 24 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are three units for residents at 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $76,286 to $167,570.

Apartments have energy-efficient appliances, air conditioning, and private patios or balconies. Residents will also have access to a shared laundry room.

Residences at 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Residences at 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Residences at 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Residences at 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Residences at 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Residences at 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

At 130 percent of the AMI, there are three two-bedrooms with a $2,225 monthly rent for incomes ranging from $76,286 to $167,570.

Prospective renters must meet income and household size requirements to apply for these apartments. Applications must be postmarked or submitted online no later than July 1, 2021.

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5 Comments on "Affordable Housing Units Still Available at 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn"

  1. This is an insult to those who have been residing in Crown Heights for a long time. Not alot of people are earning incomes between $76,286 and $167,570. Current elected officials who are supposed to be representing us have failed us. They’re after their own interests. It’s no wonder the homeless population is so high in NYC especially in neighborhoods like Crown Heights and Prospect Heights. Each weekday morning when I go through Brooklyn neighborhoods like Crown Heights, Prospect Heights and Downtown Brooklyn I see homeless people on the corner. For example, on a Prospect Heights street (Washington Av & Bergen St – even numbered side) I saw a homeless male sleeping on the street. This cannot continue to happen!

  2. Monica Boston | June 4, 2021 at 6:41 am | Reply

    I am interested in a one bed room apartment ,I am on social security Disability , Please send me an application .My address is 625 Ocean AVENUE apt4h Brooklyn New York 11226

  3. Nereida Rodriguez | June 27, 2021 at 3:13 pm | Reply

    Hi I’m nereida Rodriguez and I need a one bedroom apartment I’m on social security disability sec.8 voucher please send me and application or e mail to me thank you

  4. Bernice Herring Jr | July 23, 2021 at 1:36 am | Reply

    My name is Bernice Herring Jr I need a one bedroom apartment I retired from the postal service and I also received social security please send me an application thank you

  5. BRONX NYNY

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