The housing lottery for 535 Carlton, one of the buildings in Brooklyn's eco-friendly Pacific Park development, is now open. NYC Housing Connect is running the lottery process, which offers 298 below-market-rate units in the sustainable 18-story building designed by New York-based architecture firm COOKFOX Architects. The reasonable rents are geared towards low-, moderate- and middle-income households with studios starting as low as $548 per month.
The sustainable and affordable apartments at 535 Carlton, which sit at the corner of Pacific Street in Prospect Heights, range from studios to three bedrooms. Monthly rents for studios start as low as $548 per month and three bedrooms begin at $817. The lottery system runs in accordance with guidelines set by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), which bases eligibility on individual household income brackets.
Once completed, the massive 22-acre Pacific Park development will consist of 14 buildings spanning over eight acres of generous green space. The $4.9 billion project will offer approximately 6 million square feet of residential space, including 6,430 units of affordable and market-rate units.
The housing lottery for 535 Carlton will be open from July 15, 2016 until August 9, 2016.
Images via COOKFOX Architects