# Housing lottery
Deadline nears for housing lottery offering rents as low as $465, $362, even $0 per month
Truly affordable rents as low as $0 monthly but the deadline to apply is only a few days away. Don’t wait to apply if the Bronx Grove affordable housing lottery interests you. For eligible lottery winners, there are some genuinely affordable apartments available: 85 of the 127 units in this lottery will rent for less than $1,000 per month.
Manhattan studio apartments with rent as low as $710 per month in affordable housing lottery
Here is an affordable housing lottery that should appeal to those who prefer the “big city” life. The Suffolk, in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, is a 390,000 square foot, 31-story building combining market rate and permanently affordable housing. Of The Suffolk’s 378 residences, 95 are available for this housing lottery.
Rents as low as $465, $362, even $0 monthly in new affordable housing complex
Of 127 available units, 85 will rent for less than $1,000 per month. The Bronx Grove affordable housing lottery is putting life back into the term “affordable.” Housing lotteries on NYC Housing Connect in recent months have included listings for apartments renting for over $4,000 per month. It is encouraging to see attempts being made to make housing available for those with limited resources.
Boston area apartments with rent as low as $879 per month in housing lottery
Dot Block, in the Boston neighborhood of Dorchester, is a four-building mixed-use development that will eventually include 484 apartments. The first phase will include 245 apartments, of which 33 will be available through this housing lottery.
Bronx apartments as low as $567 a month in affordable housing lottery
Here is an affordable housing lottery with some truly affordable housing. Twin Parks Terrace in the Bronx will include 38 apartments with monthly rent under $1,000. These will include studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. In today’s overheated rental market, these are welcome numbers.
Brooklyn apartments as low as $0 per month in housing lottery
Qualifying seniors who win this affordable housing lottery for Sunset Ridge Senior Apartments may be able to live rent-free, according to the NYC Housing Connection description.
Boston apartments as low as $1,130 a month in affordable housing lottery
Boston Metrolist is conducting a housing lottery for The Bon, a Boston apartment complex. Studio apartments available through this lottery start at $1,130 per month. According to online rental platform Zumper, the average rent for a studio in Boston is $2,150 per month. Compared to that, The Bon complex sounds like a great deal.
Deadline nears for Brooklyn apartments with rent as low as $1,036 a month
Would you like a chance to rent a studio or one-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn for about one third of the going rate? If so, you will need to hurry and enter the NYC Housing Connect 108 Downing Street affordable housing lottery. The deadline for this lottery is January 30, 2023.
Queens apartments as low as $738 a month in Forest Hills neighborhood
Here is an opportunity to live in what some say is New York City’s “most enchanting neighborhood.” NYC Housing Connect has launched an affordable housing lottery for Apex Place Phase 2 in the Forest Hills neighborhood of Queens. This lottery includes some great deals, with 14 of the 122 apartments listed available to qualified winners for under $1,000 a month.
Deadline nears for rents as low as $1,116 per month for Los Angeles area apartments
There are just a few days left to apply for what might be a great affordable housing opportunity in the Los Angeles area. The deadline for the Vintage at Woodman Apartments housing lottery is January 17, 2023. See below for details on how to apply.
Brooklyn apartments as low as $1,036 a month in affordable housing lottery
Brooklyn apartment rents may be down a bit from their recent all-time highs, but they are still stratospheric. According to online rental platform Zumper, as of January 7, 2023, the average monthly rent for a studio apartment in Brooklyn was $3,250. Average rent for a one-bedroom apartment was $3,595.
Boston apartments as low as $1,257 per month in affordable housing lottery
Some qualified applicants who win the Boston Metrolist Avalon Brighton housing lottery will get to rent a studio apartment for just over half of the going rate. According to online rental platform Zumper, as of January 9, 2023, the average monthly rent for a studio apartment in Boston, MA is $2,400.
Deadline nears for rent starting at $718 a month in New York housing lottery
You’ll need to act fast if you’re interested in applying for this New York affordable housing lottery. To be considered, you’ll need to have your application postmarked by January 9, 2023.
Tucson opens Section 8 waiting list lottery for low-income rental assistance
Tucson residents struggling to pay the ever-increasing rent may be able to get some relief. The City of Tucson has opened a waiting list lottery for access to public housing or Section 8 vouchers. Either of these will be a big help to the strained household budgets of low- and moderate-income individuals and families.
Rents as low as $0 in Bronx affordable housing lottery
Qualifying winners of the NYC Housing Connect Melrose North Apartments housing lottery could start the new year off with truly affordable housing. Eight of the 67 units available to the public in this lottery are listed with “$0” in the “Monthly Rent” column.
Extremely low rent for some qualifying Boston residents in affordable housing lottery
Boston Metrolist has announced a housing lottery for The Charlestown, a senior 62+ community in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston. A small number of the available apartments will offer truly affordable rent for those who qualify.
Brooklyn one-bedroom apartments as low as $770, and four-bedrooms as low as $1,157
Large families looking for a little extra room might want to check out the 269 Wallabout Street Apartments housing lottery. Eleven of the 77 total apartments available have four bedrooms. Households of four to nine people can take advantage of these extra spacious apartments.
Deadline nears for no monthly rent for qualifying Bronx residents in affordable housing lottery
A new apartment building at 2850 Webster Avenue in the Bronx will provide 130 apartments with no rent payment for those who qualify. In addition to winning this lottery, requirements include this statement from the NYC Housing Connect website:
Brooklyn apartments as low as $1,119 a month in affordable housing lottery
It’s all relative. Monthly rent over $1,000 — $1,119 in this case — for a studio apartment still doesn’t scream “affordable” to many of us. But when you compare it to $3,200 average monthly rent for a studio in Brooklyn, it sounds pretty good by comparison.
Boston ADA-accessible apartments for rent starting at $1,203 per month
The City of Boston Metrolist has listed just two apartments with rents well below the average rent of $2,850 per month for a 1-bedroom apartment in South Boston. These are listed on a first-come, first-served basis for those who require ADA mobility features.