Let’s face it: Renting a brand-new apartment in New York is seldom easy on the wallet. Even apartments that are designated affordable often feel unattainable, despite the small concession made by a developer so that they could build market-rate (read: expensive) new units.
So affordable apartments with amenities, attractive design, and a location right in the heart of Brooklyn? If it sounds like a far-fetched proposition, allow us to introduce you to 810 Fulton, a modern affordable building at the junction of the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill. 810 Fulton offers 37 studios, one and two-bedroom apartments to middle-income New Yorkers. Sounds intriguing? Step right this way.
A new standard in affordable living
810 Fulton was designed with Brooklyn in mind. It combines the industrial spirit of the borough’s historic past with a stylish glamour more readily associated with its current status as a cultural hotspot. And it integrates indoor and outdoor living, with oversized windows, 11-foot ceilings, and amenities that include a rooftop terrace with grilling stations, a giant movie screen, and games like bocce and ping pong.
All units include state-of-the-art appliances, including a Whirlpool gas range, over-the-counter microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator, custom cabinets, and solid, stone countertops. Additional building amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, on-site resident manager, bike storage, fitness/recreation facilities, valet parking, a laundry room, a business center, a lounge and game room, and indoor and outdoor children’s play areas.
The location also can’t be beat: It’s at the crossroads of brownstone and downtown Brooklyn—near the Barclay’s arena—with a diverse array of dining options, shopping, arts and culture, nightlife, and transportation including the A, C, and G trains and the B25, B26, and B52 buses.
Comfort and ease of mind
The 37 affordable apartments at 810 Fulton are reserved for New Yorkers with household incomes between $81,258 and $159,640, depending on household size and whether you’re applying for a studio, one bedroom, or two bedrooms. Monthly rents range from $2,370 to just over $3,000, and includes gas for cooking. There is no broker’s fee, and you can bank on those prices not rising dramatically, as all of the apartments are rent stabilized.
The lottery for 810 Fulton is officially open until October 21st. Qualified applicants will be required to meet additional selection criteria, and applicants who live in New York City receive preferential status for apartments.
Ready to apply? Get more information, including floorplans and photos, at rosenyc.com/rentals/810-fulton-street.