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Low Income Housing and Subsidized Apartments in Astoria, NY

Below is the listing of 8 affordable apartments and low-income housing in Astoria, NY. Some apartments listed here will require prospective residents to meet income eligibility requirements and other guidelines specific to a housing authority, and other properties will be open to all residents needing affordable housing.

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Archbishop Iakovos Senior Residence - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Astoria, NY - 11106
Contact Phone: (718) 726-1227
Details: Recognizing the need for housing the elderly of modest means, HANAC opened its first building the Archbishop Iakovos Senior Residence in 1993 to provide 99 affordable housing units to low-income seniors. Since then, and for over 20 years, HANAC has played an ever-expanding role as an affordable housing sponsor for low income families and seniors in New York City. The Archbishop Iakovos Senior Residence is a 7-story, 100 unit apartment building that includes amenities such as a laundry room, parking lot, garden and recreation community space and a services coordinator. This project is funded with HUD section 202, bond financing and low-income tax credits. A full senior center is located on the first floor of the building, providing congregate lunch service for 50 to 75 seniors daily. While many of the members reside in the building, local community residents are also welcome to participate in services. A Service Coordinator is available to all residents to obtain information on social services and entitlements that they may need and be eligible for. We encourage all residents to visit and inquire about available benefits to them; whether it be social aid programs, community activities or residential gathering. The variety of activities that we organize help the clients feel more empowered and independent by partaking in events that interest them the most. Our understanding and welcoming of diversity has proven invaluable amongst the numerous cultures that our residents come from.
Bridgeview I - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: Astoria, NY - 11102
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Bridgeview Ii - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: Astoria, NY - 11102
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Catherine Sheridan Senior Residence - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Astoria, NY - 11106
Contact Phone: (718) 274-7200

Goodwill Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: Astoria, NY - 11102
Contact Phone: (718) 932-4200
Details: Our goal is to make your life as carefree and enjoyable as possible. Our comfortable studio, one, and two-bedroom suites are feature-packed and designed with you in mind. Each home is bright and welcoming with generous kitchens and large windows. Renovations coming soon! We understand what our residents need in their day-to-day lives, which is why we have organized so many events. You will find a variety of activities designed to encourage social interaction and foster a true sense of community. Our lovely landscaped grounds create a serene and peaceful feel, while our location offers easy access to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Goodwill Terrace is conveniently located one-half mile from Astoria Park. East River is only a few blocks away. The Q18, Q102, and Q103 bus stop is right across the street. Shopping, dining, entertainment, and services are all within reach. The community is an easy 15-minute car ride to LaGuardia Airport.
Hanac George T. Douris Tower - Affordable Housing Apartments (for Elderly)
Location: Astoria, NY - 11102
Contact Phone: (718) 396-5000
Details: Opened in October 2009, this 15-story, 184 unit apartment building includes a series of amenities and services specifically designed for the community's needs. The building includes an on-site management office, a community room, an exercise room, a library, a crafts room, music and computer rooms, outdoor patio areas, a roof garden a social service office to assist residents, and a full service senior center. It was funded through a combination of low-income housing tax credits, tax exempt bond funds and grants from the New York State Department of Housing and Community Renewal, New York City Council capital grants, as well as grants from the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York, Enterprise Community Partners, Citigroup, and NYSERDA.
Hanac Pca Senior Residence - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Astoria, NY - 11106
Contact Phone: (718) 806-1514
Details: Developed in partnership with the Presbyterian Church of Astoria (PCA) and completed in 2012, HANAC PCA Senior Residence is a 6-story building with 66 units offering amenities including a parking lot, recreational garden, indoor community spaces, and office space for an on-site service coordinator.
Marine Terrace - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family)
Location: Astoria, NY - 11105
Contact Phone: (718) 726-9614
Details: Marine Terrace is a multi-family apartment project acquired by a partnership between Related and Settlement Housing Fund in June 2016, located in Astoria, Queens. It contains 444 units in seven three-story buildings on 7.89 acres located at 20-24 21st Street. Marine Terrace previously had 128 parking garages located along the northernmost parcels of the site. The 128 garage units were located in four concrete one-story garage bays. As part of Related’s transaction, two of the garage bays were removed to allow for the construction of 53 new affordable units. At the acquisition, Marine Terrace’s unit mix was composed of 18 one-bedroom units, 414 two-bedroom units, 9 three-bedroom units, one two-bedroom unit housed the management office and two additional two-bedroom units were occupied by site maintenance staff. Although at the acquisition the property was in reasonable condition, the property was in need of capital repairs on the façade, in-unit amenities, energy efficiency upgrades and site improvement. In addition, 22 of the first-floor units were modified to allow for accessibility and ADA living accommodations. The partnership undertook a 12-month physical renovation effort upon closing. As part of the renovation, the two-bedroom unit utilized as the management office was converted back into a residential unit to bring the affordable unit count in the existing buildings to 442. Two of the four garage bays were removed and replaced by two new low-income residential buildings, which contain 53 new units, a new management office and resident amenity space. The 53 new units are in addition to the existing 442 low-income units at the site. These units are not covered by the Project-Based Section 8 contract. The unit mix in the new buildings is comprised of 20 studio units and 33 one-bedroom units. The two newly constructed buildings were completed in December of 2018.