Hundreds of apartments in Central Brooklyn have hit the affordable housing lottery, some for those making as little as $9,000 a year, records show.

The apartments are found in two buildings that landed on the Department of Housing Preservation and Development lottery this week, including “Vital Brookdale” in Brownsville and a development brought on by the East New York rezoning known as Chestnut Commons.

The most affordable options are found in the Chestnut Commons complex, which is found on Dinsmore Place.

Two buildings have landed on city’s the affordable housing lottery, one of which requires a salary as low as $9,875, records show.

Two buildings have landed on city’s the affordable housing lottery, one of which requires a salary as low as $9,875, records show. (Peggy Bayard/Patch) BROOKLYN, NY — […]

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