Another lottery has opened, this time in a brand new development in the Foxhurst neighborhood of the South Bronx.
The Bryant, located at 1115 Bryant Avenue at E 165th Street is a brand new development constructed on an empty lot owned by NYCHA which has a small development across the street.
At eight stories in height, the building has 62 residential units of which 24 are available via New York City’s Housing Connect affordable housing lottery which have been set aside for households making 50% of the Area Median Income which varies according to the size of the household.
Available units in this lottery are as follows:
- 13 studios renting at $682 a month have been set aside for individuals making anywhere from $25,886 – $41,800 or a two-person household with a yearly income of $25,886 – $47,750.
- 6 one-bedroom units renting at $865 a month have been set aside for individuals making $32,503 – $41,800, a two-person household making $32,503 – $47,750 a year, or a three-person household with a yearly income ranging from $32,503 – $53,700.
- 5 two-bedroom units renting for $1,049 have been set aside for a two-person household with a yearly income of $39,703 – $47,750, a three-person household with a yearly income of $39,703 – $53,700, a four-person household with a yearly income of $39,703 – $59,650, or a five-person household with a yearly income of $39,703 – $64,450.
Of special note, since the land is owned by NYCHA, there is a preference for 25% of the available units to go to current NYCHA residents. 50% for residents of Bronx Community Board 2, and 5% for New York City employees. 5% of units have been set aside for individuals with mobility issues, and 2% for those with hearing or visual impairments.
Amenities at The Bryant include a doorman, security guard, energy-efficient appliance (not sure if you can call such appliances an amenity at this point in time given that that’s simply just standard), shared laundry room, bike storage room, air-conditioning, media room, community room, children’s playroom, and even a library.
The remainder of the units in the development are for supportive housing for the formerly homeless and people with disabilities with on-site support services available to these residents.
As for transportation, there are several buses in the immediate area and the 6 train is available at Whitlock Avenue or the 2 and 5 line at nearby Simpson Street.
Future residents will have access to excellent outdoor areas along the Bronx River at Concrete Plant Park just 3 blocks away and Starlight Park to the north filled with plenty of opportunity for active and passive recreation along New York City’s only fresh-water river.
The deadline to apply is October 29, 2021 and you can do so online by going to Housing Connect or you can apply by mail by sending a self-addressed envelope to: 5925 Broadway
Bronx, NY 10463 but remember, you can ONLY apply once. Sending in more than one application can result in disqualifying you for this lottery.
And remember, please do not contact us regarding this lottery as we cannot help you. We are not affiliated with this or any real estate development and we are only simply bringing the news of this opportunity to you.
Best of luck to all those who apply!
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