Are you in the market for a rent-stabilized apartment in a brand-new luxury building on the Upper West Side? Look no further than 266 West 96th Street (between Broadway and West End avenues), where Fetner Properties has opened a housing lottery for the brand-new rental building. The lottery, in collaboration with the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development, offers a unique opportunity to lease stunning apartments in a meticulously designed building.
The housing lottery at 266 West 96th Street offers an array of rent-stabilized units at various income levels, making luxury living accessible to a diverse range of applicants. The units range from studios to spacious three-bedroom apartments with monthly rents from $1,096 to $2,690.
The building offers an array of amenities including a roof deck and fitness center. Each apartment features flexible floor plans, sustainable appliances and upscale finishes. The location, just a block from the 96th Street subway station, offers easy access to just about anywhere along Manhattan’s west side. Click here for more specifics on the building.
The lottery features apartments with income restrictions categorized at 70%, 80%, and 130% of the area median income (AMI). For example, a studio at 130% AMI requires a gross combined annual income between $69,669 and $128,570 for a one-person household. Detailed income guidelines for different apartment types are available, ensuring transparency in the application process.
Qualified applicants meeting household size and income requirements can take the first step towards landing an incredible, affordable apartment by applying here.