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CityCenterDC Extends Deadline For Affordable Rentals
The Apartments at CityCenter
CityCenterDC has once again extended the deadline to apply for an affordable rental unit at The Apartments at CityCenter, a 458-unit complex at the much-anticipated project, UrbanTurf has learned. Interested renters now have until September 12th to submit an application, which can be found here.
Those making between 60 and 80 percent of the Area Median Income are eligible to apply for one of the units, which range in size from studios to two-bedrooms. (Depending on the number of people in a household, the eligible income range is between $36,000 and $94,424.) UrbanTurf is awaiting a response from developer Hines as to how much the affordable units will rent for.
As Prince of Petworth reported last month, Hines already extended the original deadline of August 12th once, to August 28th.
According to Hines, the “strong interest in the apartments” led them to extend the deadline once again. They hope to make their selection via lottery at some point this month. The remaining apartments, which will be leasing at market rate, should be available later this fall.
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