July 5, 2016 Staff Report
A lottery for affordable housing units in Astoria is now open.
Residents can apply to be entered in the lottery for six newly constructed affordable housing units at 11-07 Welling Court, according to the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD).
The application process opened on June 30 and will run until July 22.
The available units are one-bedroom apartments. Rent will cost $947 per month.
Interested renters have to meet income requirements to qualify for the lottery.
Single renters will have to have annual household earnings between $32,469 and $38,100, while two-person households will have to have annual household earnings between $32,469 and $43,500, according to a HPD flier.
Residents who live in Community Board 1 will receive preference on half of the units.
The building features a fitness center and on-site parking.
Interested applicants can apply online at NYC Housing Connect. To request an application by mail, send a self addressed envelope to: AKI Development, 26-12 4th Street, Astoria, NY 11102.
No Arabs please. Astoria has too many already. Thank you.
Just like another poster stated, horrible location. Right next to Astoria projects which is one of the worst in the borough.
Like another poster said, horrible location. Right next to Astoria projects which is one of the worst in the borough
affordable? by the freaking projects that neighborhood is infested with mexicans…this is a crappy neighbor hood
I really want get One of this appartment i love it best of luck to me [email protected]
SORRY , WE DONT RENT TO PEOPLE THAT FLY PLANES INTO BUILDINGS !!!!!!!
sorry kamel we prefer not renting to individuals that have tendencies of flying planes into buildings …
So basically, you get a nice apartment with a fitness center but you can’t eat since after taxes, the salary range doesn’t allow you to have any money left.
Astoria hast everything closet bus subway to many store nice restaurant and 20 minutes we are in Manhattan
And people who can’t structure a simple sentence.
I love Astoria the Best place
horrible location. you can keep them