Housing Lottery Launches for Raven Hall at 2006 Surf Avenue in Coney Island, Brooklyn

Rendering of Raven Hall at 2006 Surf AvenueRendering of Raven Hall at 2006 Surf Avenue

The affordable housing lottery has launched for Raven Hall, a nine-story mixed-use building at 2006 Surf Avenue in Coney Island, Brooklyn. Designed by Stephen B. Jacobs Group and developed by Georgica Green Ventures, New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, and Concern for Independent Living, the 231,978-square-foot structure contains residences, ground-floor commercial space, and parking for 102 vehicles. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 138 units for residents at 40 to 100 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $21,635 to $148,000.

Raven Hall at 2006 Surf Avenue in Coney Island, Brooklyn via NYC Housing Connect

Amenities include a shared laundry room, security guard, community center, gym, on-site resident manager, elevator, and rooftop terrace. Residents will be responsible for electricity.

Raven Hall at 2006 Surf Avenue in Coney Island, Brooklyn via NYC Housing Connect

At 40 percent of the AMI, there are 11 units with a monthly rent ranging from $558 to $957 for incomes ranging from $21,635 to $59,200. At 50 percent of the AMI, there are 11 units with a monthly rent ranging from $729 to $1,253 for incomes ranging from $27,498 to $74,000. At 60 percent of the AMI, there are 94 units with a monthly rent ranging from $900 to $1,549 for incomes ranging from $33,360 to $88,800. At 100 percent of the AMI, there are 22 units with a monthly rent ranging from $1,293 to $2,229 for incomes ranging from $46,835 to $148,000.

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 20, 2021.

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6 Comments on "Housing Lottery Launches for Raven Hall at 2006 Surf Avenue in Coney Island, Brooklyn"

  1. this isn’t affordable housing
    why are there only 22 units available at the lowest level of income

    .At 40 percent of the AMI, there are 11 units with a monthly rent ranging from $558 to $957 for incomes ranging from $21,635 to $59,200. At 50 percent of the AMI, there are 11 units with a monthly rent ranging from $729 to $1,253 for incomes ranging from $27,498 to $74,000. At 60 percent of the AMI, there are 94 units with a monthly rent ranging from $900 to $1,549 for incomes ranging from $33,360 to $88,800. At 100 percent of the AMI, there are 22 units with a monthly rent ranging from $1,293 to $2,229 for incomes ranging from $46,835 to $148,000.

  2. Nine-story? Maybe nineteen- stories ?

  3. Jacqueline Rodriguez | October 22, 2021 at 10:19 am | Reply

    Pls send me application email me I’ll send address
    Thank you.

  4. Shermin Findlay | April 4, 2022 at 10:01 am | Reply

    How could this be affordable housing with all the homeless crisis and jobless people in this city. I applied so many times for housing even though I had a secure decent paying job never got in any of these so call AFFORDABLE HOUSING. This is a crying shame for humanity. Housing is basic human rights in the richest country in the world but you would be surprised to know this country have so many homeless people compare to a poor third world country. It makes you wonder…

  5. I have section 8 l can get an apartment here at Ravens

  6. To Whom it may concern i used to live in sea gate C/I i am on disability and i am on a fix income would you be so kind and tell me how can i apply for an apartment i look on housing connect and could not fine R/H thank you

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