(DNAINFO) Irene Plagianos — Twenty-two affordable housing apartments in a swanky new TriBeCa building are now up for grabs.
Upscale apartment complex 460 Washington, which is still under construction, is offering low-income housing in its 107-apartment, 10-story building.
The lottery for the five studios, six one-bedroom apartments, and 11 two-bedroom units is now open for applications through the Housing Connect website, advertised as Bridge Land West LLC, 456 Washington Street.
The low-income studios are renting for $800, one-bedrooms for $860 and two-bedrooms for $1,041. To be eligible for the housing, applicants have to make 60 percent of the area median income (AMI). According to the New York City Housing Development Corporation, that amounts to $36,300 for an individual, $41,460, for a family of two, $46,620 for three or $51,780 for a family of four.