Category Archives: NYC Affordable Senior Citizen Apartments

Newly Constructed Apartments for Senior Citizens in Gramercy Section of Manhattan

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MET Council East 22nd Street Senior Residence is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for 14 affordable housing rental apartments now under construction at 332 East 22nd Street in the Gramercy section of Manhattan. This building is being constructed through the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Program of the City of New York’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development. The apartments are studios and one bedrooms. Exact size, rent and targeted income distribution for the 14 apartments can be found in this PDF.

Newly constructed apartments all over the place in New York City

Now that Shaun Donovan, New York City's housing commissioner, has been picked to head the Housing and Urban Development, here's to hoping that there will be lots more quality housing to be had all over. Here's some new stuff available from them as of today:

NEWLY CONSTRUCTED SENIOR CITIZEN APARTMENTS FOR RENT IN THE TURTLE BAY SECTION OF MANHATTAN

Metropolitan
Council on Jewish Poverty is pleased to announce that applications are
now being accepted for 18 affordable housing rental apartments under
construction at 228 East 46th Street in the Turtle Bay section of
Manhattan. This building is being constructed through the Inclusionary
Housing Program of the New York City Department of Housing Preservation
and Development (HPD).

NEWLY CONSTRUCTED APARTMENTS FOR RENT IN THE OCEAN HILL SECTION OF BROOKLYN

L&M
Prospect Plaza LLC is pleased to announce that applications are now
being accepted for 150 affordable housing rental apartments now under
construction at 467 Howard Avenue in the Ocean Hill section of
Brooklyn. This building is being financed by the New York State
Division of Housing and Community Renewal's Homes for Working Families
program (HWF), New York State Housing Finance Agency and the New York
City Department of Housing Preservation and Development.

For
more information

NEW CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS FOR SALE IN MANHATTAN

Applications
of interest are now available for 18 new condo apartments being
constructed in the Harlem section of Manhattan at 2280 Frederick
Douglas Blvd. This building is being developed through the Negotiated
Sale Program of New York City's Department of Housing Preservation and
Development with the assistance of the New York State Affordable
Housing Corporation and the Housing Partnership Development Corporation.

For
more information

Newly Constructed Senior Housing Apartments for Rent at 27-40 Hoyt Avenue South in the Astoria Section of Queens

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Here’s some info from our friends in NYC government:

Astoria Senior Housing aka George T. Douris Tower is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for 164 affordable housing rental apartments under construction at 27-40 Hoyt Avenue South in the Astoria section of Queens. This building is being constructed through the Low-Income Affordable Marketplace Program (LAMP) of the New York City Housing Development Corporation, the Special Needs Division of the Department of Housing Preservation and Development and the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR).

These are all 1-bedroom apartments made for one or two people each. Monthly rent runs from $483 to $723 per month, depending on income and apartment type. See this PDF for more information on size, rent and targeted income distribution for the 164 apartments.

Newly Constructed Senior Citizen Apartments for Rent in the East Tremont Section of The Bronx

Here’s some news from our friends in New York City government:

Crotona Senior Apartments is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for 95 affordable housing rental apartments now under construction at 1926 Crotona Parkway in the East Tremont section of the Bronx.  This building is being constructed through the 421-a Affordable Housing Program of the City of New York’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development and the Low Income Affordable Marketplace Program (LAMP) (pdf) of the New York City Housing Development Corporation.

See this PDF for the size, rent and targeted income distribution for the 95 apartments.


1926 Crotona Parkway, originally uploaded by juggernautco.