Rent an apartment in Jamaica, Queens, for as little as $693 a month

By Virginia K. Smith | May 15, 2015 - 10:30AM

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A few more affordable housing options for renters: Applications just opened for spots in a Jamaica, Queens apartment building, with one-bedrooms as cheap as $693/month, per the building's listing on NYC Housing Connect.

According to the developer's website, the Arbor at Locust Manor (located at 169-30 Baisley Boulevard) is an entirely affordable eight-story development. Of the 53 available apartments, there are six $693/month one-bedrooms available; 25 $851/month one-bedrooms; five $842/month two-bedrooms; and 17 $1,031/month two-bedrooms in the building, open to applicants with household incomes ranging from $26,332 to $51,780, depending on apartment and family size. (Full details can be found here.)

If you'd like to apply, brush up on our tips here, and either submit an applications through the NYC Housing Connect website , or send a postcard or self-addressed envelope to LTD Management, 100 Schoolhouse Road, Levittown, NY 11756 to have an application mailed to you. The deadline for applications is July 15th, so get them in while the getting's good.


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