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View from Bushwick Avenue (All construction photos courtesy of Field Condition) View from Bushwick Avenue (All construction photos courtesy of Field Condition)
Last month, the ODA-designed Evergreen Gardens at 123 Melrose Street launched an affordable housing lottery for 183 of its units, and now, New Yorkers will get another chance to live within the blocks of Bushwick's former Rheingold Brewery with the launch of 10 Montieth Street's own lottery (PDF). The distinct O-shaped project, also designed by ODA, is offering up 100 of its 392 units to those earning 60 percent of the area median income, or between $33,189 to $62,580 annually.
The monthly rent is slightly less than that of 123 Melrose – there are 32 studio units for $913/month, 54 one-bedroom units for $980/month, and 14 two-bedroom units asking $1,183/month.

Qualifying New Yorkers have until June 18, 2018 to apply via NYC Housing Connect for the new affordable units and of course, questions regarding this offer must be referred to NYC’s Housing Connect department by dialing 311.
South facade
The 7-story building, which spans an entire block, will offer stellar amenities (additional fees apply), including a climbing wall, squash court, sauna, game room, children's playroom, art studios, screening room, salons, yoga/dance studios, sun decks, outdoor grill stations, and a beautiful central courtyard, which landed the #4 spot on our list of NYC's Top 10 Best Courtyards.
Courtyard rendering (ODA Architecture)
The Rabsky group purchased the site for $53M back in 2014. Construction will be completed later this year.

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