Related Announces Affordable Waiting List Details

CORRECTION: Affordable Housing Available at Riverwalk Landing #4

Updated 11 weeks ago
Riverwalk Landing, under construction, Main Street, Roosevelt Island
Riverwalk Landing, under construction, Main Street, Roosevelt Island
© David Stone / Roosevelt Island Daily

CORRECTED: New York City Housing and Preservation Development has released details and the waiting list application for Riverwalk Landing #4, the existing units at 425 Main Street, known as the Duane Reade Building.

"This exciting complex on Roosevelt Island has opened its waiting list for studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments under an affordable housing program," the welcome package says.

"Riverwalk Landing #4 is a luxury site featuring spacious modern apartments with a washer/dryer in each unit, a 24-hour attended lobby, on-site resident manager, health club, children’s playroom, rooftop party room and storage bins."

Projected rents range from $1,028 for a studio to $1,188 for a two-bedroom apartment.

Annual income requirements range from a minimum of $33,345 at the studio level to a maximum of $85,360 for four people in a two-bedroom home.

Click the PDF below for complete details and an application.

NOTE: the first version of this article misidentified the building as the new residential tower being built on the other side of Main Street.

Comments powered by Disqus
data-full-width-responsive="true"

Assorted Ideas

Amanda Matthews Picked for Nellie Bly Monument

RIOC Picks Amanda Matthews for Nellie Bly Monument “The Girl Puzzle” will be located in Lighthouse Park The Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation (RIOC) selected Amanda Matthews/Prometheus Art to construct the Nellie Bly Monument. The installation lands on the northern end of Roosevelt Island at Lighthouse Park. Recently, Lighthouse Park hostedContinue Reading

The post Amanda Matthews Picked for Nellie Bly Monument appeared first on Assorted Ideas, Large & Small.

Worth & Nancy Howe Return

Worth & Nancy Howe return to Roosevelt Island on October 26th when RIOC celebrates naming The Howe Theatre in the Cultural Center. The Howes pioneered MST&DA’s expanding role in community life. When we learned that Worth and Nancy Howe were leaving Roosevelt Island, I wrote a tribute. In Los Angeles,Continue Reading

The post Worth & Nancy Howe Return appeared first on Assorted Ideas, Large & Small.

What the hell’s going on with Blackwell House?

What the hell’s going on with Blackwell House? The question popped into my head last week when I saw the historic landmark under a protective wrap again. In a Roosevelt Islander blog post, they asked, “… at what point will the condition of Blackwell House be such that it can be used forContinue Reading

The post What the hell’s going on with Blackwell House? appeared first on Assorted Ideas, Large & Small.

Indonesian Fire Hits NYC

How an Indonesian Fire hits New York City… “It is with very heavy hearts we announce that Presbyterian Orphanage in Tomohon, where we found Mathew Tendean Luce 24 years ago, was burned to the ground,” wrote Roosevelt Island based humanitarian Jim Luce. No children were harmed, but there’s a surprisingContinue Reading

The post Indonesian Fire Hits NYC appeared first on Assorted Ideas, Large & Small.

Christopher Columbus Opposing Views

Christopher Columbus, Opposing Views adds a fresh angle to a debate we’ve had here since 2017. My critical view of the man who “discovered” America was countered by my friend, historian Ron Musto. And now, a new point of view emerges. “Understanding the truth about Christopher Columbus is not soContinue Reading

The post Christopher Columbus Opposing Views appeared first on Assorted Ideas, Large & Small.