Here Are Two Affordable Housing Lotteries in Central Harlem You Can Apply to Right Now


A New Affordable Housing Lottery in Central Harlem You Can Apply to Right Now
The 224 W 124th Street Apartments have 51 units in the rental lottery.

With average Manhattan monthly rents recently climbing past $5,000, now's definitely a good time to explore the city's affordable housing lottery program—especially if you're hoping to live uptown.


A search through NYC Housing Connect, the city's online portal for finding affordable housing, currently shows two rental lotteries in Central Harlem (although as Patch recently pointed out, the word "affordable" is up for debate).


The final dates to send in your applications are coming up soon, so if you're interested, don't delay. The details are as follows:


110 West 123rd Street Apartments

110 W 123rd St between Lenox Ave and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd

Available units: 2

Monthly rent: $2,800

Eligible household income: $100,458-$187,330

Lottery ends: November 30, 2022


224 W 124th Street Apartments

224 W 124th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr and Frederick Douglass Boulevards

Available units: 51

Monthly rent: $2,150-$3,303

Eligible household income: $73,715-$187,330

Lottery ends: December 15, 2022


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