- Advertisement -spot_img
- Advertisement -spot_img

Village View Opens Up Waiting List

Must Read

The Village View Co-op  – which stretches from 2nd to 6th Streets along Avenue A – is opening up its waiting list. Village View is part of the Mitchell-Lama affordable housing program. Here’s the ad that appeared in the New York Post. For more about the Mitchell-Lama Program, click here.


- Advertisement -spot_img
- Advertisement -


  1. You need to send a letter to Village View’s managing agent:
    Metro Management Development
    l75 East 4th Street
    42-25 21 Street
    New York, NY l0009
    L.I.C., NY 11106
    Below is additional information taken directly from the NYC Dept. of Housing web site:
    Mitchell-Lama Developments-City-Owned and State-Owned
    How to Apply
    (1) Check the list of Mitchell-Lama developments with open waiting lists and see if there are any developments in which you are interested .
    (2) Send a letter to the managing agent of the development(s) in which you are interested.
    Each development requires that you apply separately. There is no master list for applications. However, you can apply to more than one development at a time. Mitchell-Lama apartments are sold or rented through waiting lists kept by each development. Many Mitchell-Lama waiting lists are closed because there are already enough applicants listed to fill vacancies expected in the foreseeable future. Periodically, these developments open their waiting lists and new applications are accepted based on a lottery system. Mitchell-Lama developments must advertise when they open their waiting lists. Check your local newspapers to find out when applications are being accepted.

  2. I applied to these apts in March/2010. I received an acknowledgement with a list #. I have been waiting to hear about an opening. Today I check on the internet and find out that they are opening the list again. What happened to the list of 2010 or is this just a way to make money.

Comments are closed.

- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest News

Lower East Side Arts & Events Weekly Roundup

Some events that caught our eye this week: The 17th annual FRIGID Fringe Festival has announced its full lineup of...
- Advertisement -spot_img

More Articles Like This

Sign up for Our Weekly Newsletter!