Qualified renters can snag brand new Hell’s Kitchen apartments for under $1,000/month
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Yet another plum affordable housing listing has opened up this week, this one in 525 West 52nd Street, a new development currently underway in Hell’s Kitchen. Per the listing on NYC Housing Connect, there are a total of 79 affordable rentals up for grabs in the building, a mix of studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms for renters making between $32,640 and $54,360 per year, depending on apartment and family size.
The full list of availabilities, prices, and income requirements can be found below:
As the Real Deal has previously reported, the building is part of a larger project from Taconic Investment Partners, which all told will include 392 apartments, and “more than 30,000 square feet of rentable retail space.”
According to the listing, amenities will include a 24-hour concierge, outdoor roof decks, and for extra fees, a library, sports lounge, screening room, golf simulators, fitness center, storage, laundry, a pet spa, and a party room. Per usual with these types of affordable developments, preference for half of the apartments will go to current neighborhood residents, in this case of Manhattan’s Community Board 4.
If you’re interested and think you qualify, you can create a profile and apply online via NYC Housing Connect, or request a paper application by mailing a self-addressed envelope to 525 W. 52nd Street Apts, 243 5th Avenue, Box 428, New York, NY 10016. Whichever method you prefer, applications are due by October 8th.
Note: Brick Underground is in no way affiliated with New York City public housing. If you are interested in applying to this or other affordable housing developments, please go to the NYC Housing Connect website for information and instructions.
Yet another plum affordable housing listing has opened up this week, this one in 525 West 52nd Street, a new development currently underway in Hell's Kitchen.
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The block-through lobby at 525W52 is more than a lobby; it has 10,000 square feet of dedicated amenity space including co-working areas and an intimate lounge, and is designed with features like polished concrete gallery floors, corten steel sculptural elements, wood ceilings, custom hand woven rugs and commissioned art pieces. It also features a glass-enclosed landscaped atrium that opens to the sky, designed by Future Green Studio. To top off the list, a 15th-floor landscaped rooftop terrace has places to lounge and take in the views, and also has an event room for private entertaining.
Interested in renting at 525 West 52nd Street? Contact the leasing office at (212) 557-5252 or visit the property’s official website.
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Factories and warehouses once located in Hells Kitchen are long-gone, but the design of the rental building 525 West 52nd Street pays them homage,