Attention non-millionaire New Yorkers — applications are available to rent one of 282 affordable units in a new luxury tower opening in Fort Greene.

Apartments at 250 Ashland Place will start at as low as $801and will provide residents amenities including walking access to the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Atlantic Avenue Terminal and the Barclays Center.

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Prospective applicants can apply for the following apartments depending on the size of their household and their income.

Studios: There are 56 studios available for applicants who make a yearly income ranging from $28,835 to $121,000 with rents ranging from $801 to $2,455 a month.

One-Bedrooms: There are 113 one-bedroom units available for applicants who make a yearly income ranging from $30,926 to $138,200 with rents ranging from $861 to $2,632 a month.

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Two-Bedrooms: There are 85 two-bedroom units available for applicants who make a yearly income ranging from $37,166 to $172,600 with rents ranging from $1,042 to $3,163 a month.

Three-Bedrooms: There are 28 three-bedroom units available for applicants who make a yearly income ranging from $42,892 to $200,400 with rents ranging from $1,196 to $3,649 a month.

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DNAInfo reports that “Residents who already live in the Community Board 2 area — which includes Downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Boerum Hill, Vinegar Hill and Brooklyn Heights — will get preference for half of the affordable units. City employees will get preference for 5 percent of the affordable units.”

Learn more about the apartment and apply on the 250 Ashland Place website.

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