Gallery: Massive Hunter’s Point South Affordable Housing Project Breaks...

Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined developers yesterday to break ground on the first two permanently affordable residential buildings that will be part of the Hunter's Point South complex in Queens. Joined by Phipps Houses, Related Companies and Monadnock,
Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined developers yesterday to break ground on the first two permanently affordable residential buildings that will be part of the Hunter's Point South complex in Queens. Joined by Phipps Houses, Related Companies and Monadnock, the Mayor kicked off the project, which aims to combine more affordable housing with the redevelopment of coveted waterfront property. The Long Island City mixed-used complex will bring 925 new units to the Queens riverside area.

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  1. Doris Nowillo Suda June 4, 2014 at 9:28 am

    As a long time resident of LIC I am looking forward to applying and living on the water front and continue to be part of this opportunity.

  2. Betty Ann June 27, 2013 at 6:03 pm

    I just seen the flyer and they require you to make 69000/year….if I made that much, I would be able to afford non-subsidized housing !