The following is being posted on behalf of Manhattan Plaza.
Effective July 10, 2013 requests for applications for the waiting list at Manhattan Plaza, a 1689 unit building located on West 43rd Street in Manhattan, will be accepted for studio and one bedroom apartments for those with limited income. There is a 70% preference for professional performing artists and support personnel, a 15% preference for Community Board #4 residents residing in substandard housing and a 15% preference for Community Board #4 residents who are 62 years of age or older.
Southern border: North side of West 14th St.
Eastern border: 6th Avenue, until 26th street where the border travels west and goes up 8th Avenue
Northern border: 55th street between 8th and 10th, 54th Street between 10th and 11th, 55th Street between 11th and the river, then up the West Side Highway to 59th.
APPLICANTS MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE TO APPLY.
To be eligible to receive Section 8 Housing Assistance,
at the time of admission applicants may not earn more than*:
One person - $64,935 | Two persons - $74,250 | Three persons - $83,498
*Income guidelines are subject to change
Occupancy Standards: Studio – 1 to 2 persons | One Bedroom – 2 to 3 persons
If you are interested in applying, please make your request by POSTCARD via regular mail. Registered and Certified mail will not be accepted. Please print clearly.
676A Ninth Avenue, Suite #455
New York, NY 10036
Requests for applications must be postmarked no later than August 15, 2013.
Lower priority will be assigned to duplicate applications from the same household.
The waiting list will be established by LOTTERY.
Manhattan Plaza does not discriminate on the basis of disability.
Equal Housing Opportunity Supervised by
the NYC Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development
MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG, Mayor
MATHEW M. WAMBUA, Commissioner – NYC HHPD
The products and services noted herein are provided as an informational service to SAG-AFTRA members and are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Any questions must be handled by the provider via mail as noted above. This information is not intended to serve as an endorsement by the union nor is any warranty or guarantee implied.