Affordable Housing

Public Approvals Begin for Sunnyside Affordable Housing at 50-25 Barnett Avenue

50-25 Barnett Avenue, rendering by MHG Architects via DCP
Comments (11)
  1. Tom says:

    They look like standing on the private island, closed with fence and hidden with trees.

  2. Rich says:

    If the new zoning is mixed-use, will this project include retail?

  3. Rebecca Baird-Remba says:

    No. Their current proposal only includes the pre-K center.

  4. NFA says:

    I love how the renderings don’t show the RR embankment.

  5. NFA says:

    Nevermind. Upon closer inspection I see that the perspective is fronting 50th not 48th.

  6. Woodside Almost Astoria says:

    Great.. More public housing. What could possibly go wrong?

  7. Martha says:

    Sounds good,what about more information how ,where to apply..

  8. Joan says:

    How about more info. On HOW TO APPLY FOR THESE APARTMENTS?!

  9. Frank says:

    You would be applying through NYC Housing Connect application on HPD’s website. But you can not do that until the building is completed. First the proposed rezoning has to be approved. One step at a time

  10. m. simmons says:

    I welcome the 50-25 Barnett Avenue project; it will increase the value of my co-op, should I elect to sell it in the future.

  11. William Torres says:

    Phipps is possibly the most crooked developer in NYC working with the help of bribed politicians..

    50 years ago it borrowed government funds to build Phipps Houses in Manhattan labeling it “a heaven to affordable housing”; got out of the affordable housing business; changed its name to Kips Bay Court; and sold it to Blackstone Developers for $700 million.

    Perfect deal for Phipps, while the people of NYC do not get a penny back.

    For more information contact [email protected]

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