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Apply for an apartment in Brooklyn’s tallest building for $833 a month

By
John Marshall
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You read that right. You can cop an apartment in Brooklyn’s tallest building, located downtown at 333 Schermerhorn Street. The Hub, as it’s called, is offering 150 of its 750 apartments for affordable rates.

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While the official price points are not yet released, apartments that meet this designation range from $833 to $1,082 per month for a studio (there are 46), which can you apply for so long as your annual income is in the range of $29,898 to $38,100. There are also 85 one-bedrooms and 19 two-bedrooms available, which will cost $895 and $1,082 a month, respectively.

The 610-foot building, located in Downtown Brooklyn and developed by the Douglas Steiner firm, will include a swimming pool a gym, a terrace and a children’s playroom. The deadline to apply for its affordable units is December 15, 2016.

But beware: if you land one of these pads, you won’t be able to call your home part of the tallest building in Brooklyn for long—two other buildings, one at 340 Flatbush Avenue and another tower at 9 Dekalb Avenue—will both surpass its height when they completely re-do the skyline in the next few years.

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