Apply for This Unique Affordable Housing Opportunity in DUMBO with Rents Ranging From $537 to $2,132 per mth

Posted By NYC Newswire

We know this building is not in East New York, however, it’s a unique opportunity for anyone in East New York who is looking to possibly live downtown Brooklyn. It’s worth submitting your application. The deadline to apply is July 1, 2022!

90 Sands is located in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood. This development was initially designated for private luxury rentals, but rumor has it that the developer started having financial problems so it fell in the hands of the city, which is now offering these apartments as part of their NYC Housing Connects Affordable Housing program. These affordable housing units are in DUMBO, which is a neighborhood that has every amenity you can possibly think of, so it’s worth applying.

Of its 491 apartments, 185 are affordable to a wide range of New Yorkers, from extremely low-income to moderate-income households The 30-story building features a 24-hour attended lobby, security camera system throughout, on-site Resident Manager, Laundry Room, Multipurpose Room for community events and meetings, a digital library, a Fitness Center, and reimagined plaza space for public use at the corner of Sands and Jay Streets. Nearby A/C/B/D/F/M/Q/2/5 subways. All utilities, including electricity and heating are included in the rents. All utilities, including heating and electricity, are included in the rent.

Affordable Housing Program

This building was renovated through the Preservation Program of the New York City Housing Development Corporation and the Supportive Housing Loan Program (SHLP) of the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development. Supportive housing is permanent, affordable housing with on-site support services to serve the needs of the most vulnerable New Yorkers, including the formerly homeless and disabled. Sixty percent of units in supportive housing are set aside for low income or formerly homeless individuals or families with special needs, who are referred by city agencies.

No deposits/application fees. More information:

Register for NYC Housing Connect

A percentage of units are set aside for:
5% – Mobility
2% – Vision/Hearing
Preference for a percentage of units goes to:
50% – Community Board Resident
5% – NYC Employee

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