Tag: affordable-housing

Rockaway nonprofit opens ‘Requests for Qualifications’ for developers to help bring over 100 affordable homes to Edgemere

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Jun. 11, 2024 By Ethan Marshall The Rockaways nonprofit Residents Acquiring Land Edgemere Community Land Trust (ReAL Edgemere CLT) revealed its Request for Qualifications (RFQ) on Friday, June 7, inviting affordable housing developers who meet these qualifications to partner in creating more than 100 affordable homes to 32 development sites in Edgemere. In addition to…
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Property management platform Outpost Club leads the way in affordable urban living, merging co-living and co-working in NYC

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Apr. 29, 2024 By Ethan Marshall As New York City tries to provide more affordable housing to its residents, the real estate and management platform Outpost Club has been hard at work creating affordable housing dwellings. The Outpost Club is redefining urban living in New York City by merging co-living and co-working under one roof….
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Affordable housing lottery opens in the Rockaways, rent starts at $410

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Mar. 20, 2024 By Ethan Marshall A total of 155 affordable units are now up for grabs at a development in the Rockaways, with monthly rents ranging from $410-$2,035. The affordable units are part of an upcoming affordable housing development known as Rockaway Village Apartments, located at 1605 and 1607 Village Ln. The development will…
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Lottery opens for ‘affordable apartments’ in Kew Gardens, 1-bedrooms to rent for $3,140

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Dec. 21, 2023 By Christian Murray It’s pitched as an affordable apartment in Queens, yet the rent for a one-bedroom is $3,140 a month. NYC Housing Connect has opened a lottery for 16 “affordable apartments” inside a new 8-story, 51-unit development in Kew Gardens. The building, located at 81-07 Kew Gardens Rd., has been developed by FBL Development, and includes a range of amenities, such as a gym and a rooftop terrace. The units are designated for residents whose income falls within 130% of the area median income (AMI). The range accommodates potential tenants with incomes spanning from $107,658 to…
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Queens borough president calls for more affordable housing as Rent Guidelines Board approves rent hikes for stabilized apartments

Jun. 22, 2023 By Carlotta Mohamed Queens Borough President Donovan Richards is calling on all levels of government to make affordable housing and the overall livability of New York City its top priorities after the Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) voted on Wednesday, June 21, to authorize increases on rent-stabilized apartments across the five boroughs.  Demonstrators…
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