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Score a $613 apartment in Downtown Brooklyn through a new housing lottery

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David Goldberg

Considering the fact that nearly half of NYC millennials can't even afford rent, it behooves NYC to throw residents a bone once in a while. In comes the delicious, too-good-to-be-true housing lottery, which today just unveiled a new prize in Downtown Brooklyn.

108 units are now available at 33 Bond, a former parking lot right by the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Fulton Street, just walking distance from Atlantic Ave station, Alamo Drafthouse and Borough Hall. The place comes decked out with a doorman, laundry on-site, dog-grooming, a fitness center and a deck roof with mini golf, outdoor showers and grills. 

Studios are available for $613 for applicants with annual household incomes between $22,903 and $26,720; one-bedrooms are going for $659 for applicants in the $24,549–$26,720 range, and two-bedrooms are at $801 for applicants in the $29,452–$30,560 income range. 

You can apply through October 17 on NYC Housing Connect.

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