Housing lottery opens for 7-story residential building in Flushing, rent starts at $2,550

A housing lottery has opened for 15 units in the Haru Apartments, located at 138-25 Barclay Ave. in Flushing.
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New York City has launched a housing lottery for 15 units in the 7-story residential building Haru Apartments, located at 138-25 Barclay Ave. in Flushing.

There are a total of 48 residences at Haru Apartments, with 15 affordable units now available on the housing lottery. These affordable units consist of one studio, six one-bedroom and eight two-bedroom apartments.

All 15 affordable units are meant for residences earning 130% of the area median income (AMI). The monthly rents are $2,550 for the studio unit, $2,650 for the one-bedroom units and $3,100 for the two-bedroom units.

The area median income for the studio unit ranges from $87,429-$146,900 and is meant for no more than two people. The one-bedroom units have an area median income ranging from $90,858-$165,230 and can fit up to three people. The area median income for the two-bedroom units ranges from $106,286-$198,250, which can fit as many as five people.

Amenities for residents in this building include washers, dryers and dishwashers in each unit, high-end kitchen appliances, countertops and finishes, air-conditioning, bike storage lockers, electric car charging stations and more. The building also features a gymnasium, rooftop terrace, business center, elevator and intercommunication device.

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Those interested in applying for the affordable units can do so by clicking here. Requests for applications can also be submitted by mailing a self-addressed envelope to Tax Solute Consulting C/O 138-25 Barclay Ave. Apartments, at 670 Flushing Ave., Suite 316, Brooklyn NY, 11206.

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Prospective renters are required to meet the income and housing size requirements in order to apply. Those who live in New York City receive a general preference for units. Applications must be postmarked or submitted online by Apr. 24.

This building was designed by ND Architecture and Design and developed by Watermark Capital Group.