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33 Bond Street Apartments | Image courtesy of TF Cornerstone
33 Bond Street Apartments | Image courtesy of TF Cornerstone
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Live in Downtown Brooklyn For Under $650 a Month

Picture of Amber C. Snider
Home & Design Editor
Updated: 31 August 2017
That’s right. Studios start at just $613 for TF Cornerstone’s new luxury building in Downtown Brooklyn.

33 Bond Street Apartments
33 Bond Street Apartments | Image courtesy of TF Cornerstone

33 Bond Street currently has 108 newly constructed units up for rent under NYC’s Affordable Housing Lottery until October 17. The 25-story building includes some pretty spectacular amenities, including a dog grooming center, a 24-hour attended lobby, a sun terrace, and fitness center.

Designed by world-renowned Handel Architects, 33 Bond Street is nestled between the coveted neighborhoods of Cobble Hill, Boreum Hill, and Downtown Brooklyn. The no app fee/ no broker’s fee deal seems pretty sweet, but applicants must meet strict income minimums and maximums, as well as household restrictions to quality for the apartments. If you do happen to fall within the set criteria, consider yourself golden.

33 Bond Street Apartments
33 Bond Street Apartments | Image courtesy of TF Cornerstone

Here’s a quick run-down on the criteria:

-Single occupancy studios start at $613 and go up to $1,949. Applicants must make between $22,903 – $26,720 per year (26 units available).

-Single occupancy 1-bedrooms start at $659 and go up to $2,091. Applicants must make between $24,549 – $26,720 per year (26 units available).

-Double-occupancy 2-bedrooms start at $801 and go up to $2,519. Applicants must make (collectively) between $29,452 – $30,560 per year (20 units available).

Applicants who live in New York City are given a general preference in the lottery process, and applications must be postmarked or submitted online no later than October 17, 2017. Prospective tenants can apply through NYC’s lottery program here. May the affordable housing odds be ever in your favor.

Want to know about more affordable housing in NYC? Check out this ultra-luxury building in Hell’s Kitchen here.