New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) accepting applications for low-income housing on Rochester Avenue in Crown Heights

The city will be filling the six-story complex through a lottery system.

The city will be filling the six-story complex through a lottery system. (6/21/13)

BROOKLYN - The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is now accepting applications for new low-income housing in Crown Heights.

The city will be filling the six-story complex on Rochester Avenue, between Dean and Bergen streets, through a lottery system. It says preference will be given to tenants with disabilities, as well as those in Community Board 8.

The income guidelines range from $30,000 to $59,000, and there are one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments available.

Applications must be submitted by July 15.
 

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