There are six affordable housing apartments going up for grabs in Astoria, for all low-income individuals looking to move in.
The lottery was launched Monday, by the Housing Preservation Department, for three studio and three one bedroom apartments all in the new and fresh building on 28-22 Astoria Boulevard.
For single applicants who earn between 39,703 and $50,800 annually, the Studios will be available at $1,158 a month.
The One Bedroom apartments will be made available to both single and two person applicants. The Single person will need to make $45,600 and $50,800 per year, while the two person applicants will need to earn between 45,600 and $58,000 annually. The One Bedrooms will go for $1,330 a month.
The building will have rooftop access, along with bike storage and car park. There will of course be a preference for applicants who live in Queens Community Board 1, which Astoria is a part of, along with Woodside. Applicants have until Oct. 3 to apply.
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