Time is running out to apply for brand new affordable apartments as low as $569 a month for 2 bedrooms in The Bronx

The clock is ticking and time is running out to apply for the newest (and tallest) building on the Grand Concourse providing spectacular views of The Bronx and Manhattan and plenty of river views.

425 Grand Concourse, located at the site of the former landmarked and now demolished PS 31 AKA Castle on the Concourse, rises 26 stories on The Bronx’s most famous street and contains 277 units of permanently affordable housing.

Rendering of 425 Grand Concourse

The building features a wide-range of amenities available to all income levels from the lowest (which is actually accessible to the existing, local community) to the highest.

Some of these amenities are: bike storage lockers, a gym for residents, energy-efficient appliances including a dishwasher in each unit. There is also a shared laundry room as well as a community center and an outdoor terrace offering gorgeous views of the city including our beloved Bronx.

425 Grand Concourse is now the tallest building on The Bronx’s most famous boulevard

Unit breakdown and rents per category are as follows:

30%

  • $362 a month for studios for households making $15,360-$25,080 (5 units)
  • $465 a month for 1 bedroom units for households making $19,360-$32,220 (9 units)
  • $569 a month for 2 bedroom units for housholds making $23,966-$38,670 (9 units)
  • $650 a month for 3 bedroom units for households making $27,840-$44,400 (5 units)

40%

  • $522 a month for studios for households making $20,846-$38,200 (9 units)
  • $665 a month for 1 bedroom units for households making $26,160-$42,960 (18 units)
  • $809 a month for 2 bedroom units for housholds making $32,195-$51,560 (19 units)
  • $927 a month for 3 bedroom units for households making $37,338-$59,200 (9 units)
Views from the rooftop outdoor deck

70%

  • $1,003 a month for studios for households making $37,338-$66,850 (9 units)
  • $1,265 a month for 1 bedroom units for households making $46,732-$75,180 (18 units)
  • $1,530 a month for 2 bedroom units for housholds making $56,915-$90,230 (20 units)
  • $1,760 a month for 3 bedroom units for households making $65,898-$103,600 (8 units)

100%

  • $1,212 a month for studios for households making $44,503-$95,500 (6 units)
  • $1,526 a month for 1 bedroom units for households making $55,680-$107,400 (14 units)
  • $1,843 a month for 2 bedroom units for housholds making $67,646-$128,900 (13 units)
  • $2,121 a month for 3 bedroom units for households making $78,275-$148,000 (8 units)

130%

  • $1,532 a month for studios for households making $55,475-$124,150 (12 units)
  • $1,926 a month for 1 bedroom units for households making $69,395-$139,620 (23 units)
  • $2,323 a month for 2 bedroom units for housholds making $84,103-$167,570 (23 units)
  • $2,675 a month for 3 bedroom units for households making $97,303-$192,400 (11 units)

Please note, for each unit, there are other requirements such as number of people per household and further income requirements based on household size so refer to the Housing Connect website for further details.

Kitchen and living area in a typical unit at 425 Grand Concourse

How to Apply

For those interested in applying, you have until April 11, 2022 and you can do so online or you can request an application by mail by sending a self-addressed envelope to: 1350 Broadway, Suite 1700, New York, NY 10018.

Remember, you can only apply ONCE and you may not apply both online and by mail. Applying more than once can and will disqualify you according to the lottery rules.

5% of units are set aside for individuals with mobility issues and 2% for those with vision and/or hearing impairments. 50% preference for residents of Community Board 1 (to see which community board you live in, click here), and 5% for New York City employees.

Also, please note: We are NOT connected with this or any other real estate developments and cannot assist you in obtaining an apartment so please do not contact us regarding these units.

Good luck to all who apply!

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