Affordable Housing Lottery Round-Up: Two Buildings in Brooklyn and The Bronx

Rendering of 1325 Jerome Avenue (formerly 1331 Jerome Avenue) - GF55 Partners; The Doe FundRendering of 1325 Jerome Avenue (formerly 1331 Jerome Avenue) - GF55 Partners; The Doe Fund

Today’s housing lottery round-up features two buildings in Crown Heights, Brooklyn and Mount Eden, The Bronx with available affordable units on Housing Connect with deadlines closing within the next seven days.

101 Units in 1325 Jerome Avenue in Mount Eden, The Bronx

Jerome Avenue Residences in Mount Eden, The Bronx

Jerome Avenue Residences in Mount Eden, The Bronx. Image courtesy of NYC Housing Connect

The housing lottery closes in four days for Jerome Avenue Residences, a 21-story mixed-use building at 1325 Jerome Avenue in Mount Eden, The Bronx. Designed by GF55 Partners and developed by The Doe Fund, the structure has 101 units available on NYC Housing Connect for residents at 40 to 60 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $25,200 to $88,800.

3 Units in 209-213 Troy Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

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

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

The housing lottery closes in seven days for 209, 211, and 213 Troy Avenue, three adjacent residential buildings in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. The three buildings were built in 2009 and have a total of three units available on NYC Housing Connect at 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $76,286 to $167,570.

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8 Comments on "Affordable Housing Lottery Round-Up: Two Buildings in Brooklyn and The Bronx"

  1. Stop dumping on The Bronx.

    • Leona Hassell | July 19, 2021 at 11:56 am | Reply

      stop playing with people emotions give us affordable housing we desperately need housing in nyc the bronx is cool

  2. Belkis martinez | July 9, 2021 at 4:54 pm | Reply

    Hi pleases how I get a application

  3. There should be no “LOTTERY”!!!! Apts should go 2 homeless first then first application received first served. Also if u have ASSETS doesn’t mean u rich! U get hit by car, aren’t u supposed 2 sue 2 get med Bill’s paid? This is held against u in Affordable housing. WHOEVER developed Lottery is a very selfish person! Also, apts in South Bronx are being rented 4 very expensive rents which shouldn’t be. I’m 70yrs old, disabled use rollator Walker w yellow lab service dog. I can’t afford rents.Affordable housing has many amenities that regular BLDGS don’t have. I need a 1 bedroom apt NOT a “STUDIO” which is a box!!!where am I supposed 2 put MY Walker my service dog MY bed DINING room table sofa, etc??? I saw a studio which was a box!! No space 4 any thing!! Who’s idea was it 2 build such a small apt? Why don’t architects who design these apts live in them so they’ll no what it feels like!! I don’t want a studio(box)!! Also, why r so many built near train stations? That makes sleeping very hard due 2 noice!! Where I rent a room there is “DRAGRACING” LOUD MUSIC SLOBS WHO FIX CARS IN STREET THEN LEAVE A MESS + DON’T CARE!! DOG OWNERS DON’T PICK UP AFTER THEIR DOGS!! Dogs r left loose w/o a leash + cops do nothing! Why!! Are they waiting 4 a CHILD 2 B KILLED b4 they do anything?? I have a 1 bedroom of stuff in storage 4 yrs I need an apt! No 1 helps me!WHY?

  4. Cleanne Moore | July 10, 2021 at 3:26 pm | Reply

    I live in a 26 stair walk-up and I use oxygen due to COPD, I have CHF and diabetes, my son has cerebral palsy and asthma. I also have an adopted daughter with a baby. It’s very difficult for us to go up and down the stairs. When I moved in this apartment 10 years I wasn’t sick. Please help us get an application or tell me how to go about getting one. Whatever can be done for me and family will be deeply appreciated.

  5. Leona Hassell | July 19, 2021 at 11:54 am | Reply

    I applied for so many lottery apts iam still homeless iam elderly and disabled icant get a break

  6. Leona Hassell | July 19, 2021 at 12:00 pm | Reply

    I agree. There shouldn’t be no lottery just put humans in apts that is low income no thousands dollars start off like 650 a month too 800 a month

  7. Gimme gimme. Seems that some people expect other people to do for and give them. And feel so entitled, that they think it’s reasonable to complain when they dont get.

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