Brooklyn Neighborhood Set to Get 900 Affordable Apartments as Part of $1 Billion Plan

Rendering of the Livonia 4 development in Brownsville, Brooklyn
July 26, 2018
By Katie Honan

New York City has selected three developers to build nearly 900 apartments on three city-owned lots in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Brownsville as part of a $1 billion revitalization plan for area.

The proposals outlined in the Brownsville Plan’s one-year progress report, which was released Thursday, focus on affordable housing, job creation, new community facilities and public spaces.