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Crotona Senior Apartments is pleased to announce that applications are still being accepted for 95 affordable housing rental apartments in a newly constructed apartment complex at 1926 Crotona Parkway in the East Tremont section of the Bronx. This building was constructed through the 421-a Affordable Housing Program of the City of New York's Department of Housing Preservation and Development and the Low Income Affordable Marketplace Program (LAMP) of the New York City Housing Development Corporation. The size, rent and targeted income distribution for the 95 apartments are as follows: Apartments Available 13 35 47 Apartment Size Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom Household Size 1 1 2 2 3 4 Monthly Rent* $638 $683 $683 $823 $823 $823 Total Annual Income Range**

Minimum ­ Maximum

$23,520 ­ $32,256 $25,234 ­ $32,256 $25,234 ­ $35,328 $30,240 ­ $36,840 $30,240 ­ $41,460 $30,240 ­ $42,236

At least one member * time of application. of the household must be 62 years of age or older at the

** Monthly rent includes gas for cooking.

Qualified applicants will be required to meet income and family size guidelines and additional selection criteria. Applications may be requested by mail from: Crotona Senior Apartments c/o Knickerbocker Management 941 Hoe Avenue, Ground Floor Bronx, NY 10459. Please include a self-addressed envelope with your request. Walk-in requests are welcome, or call: (718) 620-8903. No Brokers Fee. No Application Fee. MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG , Mayor

The City of New York Department of Housing Preservation and Development RAFAEL E. CESTERO, Commissioner New York City Housing Development Corporation MARC JAHR, President


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