Last week marked the debut of a new senior affordable housing development in Williamsburg, according to multiple published report.
The Arker Companies, in partnership with the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development and Jewish Association Serving the Aging, have completed work on the Debevoise Senior Housing development, named for its location at 40 Debevoise Street.
The eight-story, approximately 55,000-square-foot building includes 64 apartments - 63 of which are reserved for lower-income seniors.
According to Greenpointers, the apartments will be reserved for persons aged 62 and older earning up to 50 percent of the area median income - or $53,700 annually for a family of three.
Aufgang Architects designed the project, which includes a mix of studio and one-bedroom apartments, in addition to amenities such as a recreation area on the second floor and 6,600 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.
- Williamsburg (Urbanize NYC)