Broadway Housing Communities is dedicated to redressing the challenges of deep generational poverty with an integrated model that provides permanent affordable housing, community-based education and cultural arts programming for the benefit of children, families, adults and neighborhoods of West Harlem and Washington Heights.
The Sugar Hill Project will bring urgently needed affordable housing, early childhood education and a children’s museum to the neighborhood.
The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling will offer exhibition and education programs to community members, school groups and visitors from all parts of the city and will support the creative and cognitive development of young visitors. The Sugar Hill Museum Preschool will be an on-site early childhood education center and will serve 120 children ages 3-5 and their families.
The Sugar Hill Apartments will provide 124 rental apartments affordable to local community members, with a set aside for 25 homeless households. Importantly, 50% of the remaining apartments are reserved for community district 9 residents.
The lottery application deadline has passed and no more applications will be accepted.
Only if the application you submitted is accepted for an interview will you be contacted by postal mail sometime between February and November, 2014.
Nearly 50,000 applications have been received for 98 apartments and, in accordance with HPD lottery guidelines, not all applicants will be contacted or interviewed, even if qualified.
Please do not call the BHC offices with lottery inquiries. BHC staff cannot provide further information.
Visit www.nyc.gov/housingconnect to get more information on the housing lottery process.
The Sugar Hill Apartments is a SMOKE FREE building
Only one application per household
No Broker Fees or Application Fees should be paid
Community Outreach for the Sugar Hill Apartments is sponsored by