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CORRECTION: Affordable Housing Available at Riverwalk Landing #4

Updated 1 year 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.

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