Income Limits

Most (but not all) of our apartments are subject to income restrictions, which means your family must earn less than the maximum income limit, while still meeting other established criteria including minimum income requirements.

Tax Credit Apartments

Household SizeMaximum Income

Trinity Apartments

Household SizeMaximum Income

Section 8 Apartments

Household SizeMaximum Income
The tables above are for reference purposes only and remain subject to change.  These tables reflect the current maximum income that a household may earn in order to qualify for the listed apartment type.  Maximum income is only one of many eligibility criteria. Management reserves the right to accept or decline any applicant for housing based on our published Tenant Selection Criteria. All official housing decisions are made by Foxy Management following an in-person interview and income verification in accordance with local and federal law.  All housing decisions are made in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Act, NYC Human Rights Law, and all other applicable local, state, and federal law.

Rent Limits

**Please read carefully before applying**

  • Most apartments are NOT subsidized.
  • Rent is NOT based on your income.
  • All applicants must meet both minimum and maximum income requirements, as well as all other eligibility criteria.
  • We recognize all lawful sources of income.

Tax Credit Apartments

Unit SizeMaximum Monthly Rent

Trinity Apartments

Unit SizeMaximum Monthly Rent
*Actual rent for Trinity Apartments may be lower than what is listed in this table

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I’ve been invited for an interview. Who has to come with me?
A: All household members over the age of 18 must be present for the interview.

Q: What do I need to bring to my interview?
A:  This will depend on the type of unit that you are interviewing for.  You will receive a written listing of all documents needed prior to your interview.  You may consult the following link for more information on LIHTC apartments.

Q: Why do you request so much information about my income and other finances?
A: Most of our apartments are Low Income Housing Tax Credit properties. In order to keep rents affordable to families earning below certain incomes, we must ensure that all applicants meet the criteria set by the Federal government, and all applicants must be approved by NYC Housing Development Corporation (HDC) before we may accept your application. All of your personal information is kept strictly confidential.

Q: How long will the process take?
A: Once you provide all required documentation, we typically approve or deny your application within 5-7 business days, sometimes sooner.

Q: Will I be asked to pay anything to get my apartment?
A: You will be charged a $25 application fee per household member over the age of 18. You should bring a money order with you to your interview to cover this expense.

Besides your application fee, you should not give any money to anybody that is affiliated with Foxy Management or with the owner of the building – this is strictly against Foxy Management policy.

Q: My credit isn’t so good. Will I be able to qualify for an apartment?
A: Maybe. We evaluate all facts and circumstances to come to a decision on an applicant, and credit is an important one. Poor credit history is grounds for rejection; lack of credit history is not. You may be rejected if, in the last 5 years, you’ve been subject to foreclosure, repossession, excessive charge-offs or collections, unpaid liens, unpaid court judgments, or similar such things. You may also be rejected if, in the last 2 years, any member of the household has been subject to a bankruptcy or pending bankruptcy.  A leasing agent can provide you with more information.

Q: My previous landlord took me to housing court.  Will I be able to qualify for an apartment?
A:  We may reject an applicant for housing if any household member has been evicted from housing for cause (and not restored to possession) within 4 years of the date of application, subject to certain exceptions.  A history of housing court actions within the past 4 years that resulted in a judgment of possession is also grounds for rejection.  We may also reject an applicant for housing if the applicant’s prior history shows a pattern of failure to timely and fully pay rent and/or utilities.

Q: I was convicted of a felony.  Will I be able to qualify for an apartment?
A: Maybe – it would depend on the facts and circumstances. We may reject an applicant if any household member has been convicted of a felony in the last 10 years, or convicted of any crime involving violence or deception, or any other criminal activity that, if repeated, would likely threaten the health, safety or right to peaceful enjoyment of the property by other residents. A leasing agent can provide you with more information.

Q: I am a registered sex offender. Will I be able to qualify for an apartment?
A: Unfortunately, no. Due to the federal funding of many of our properties, we are prohibited from renting to registered sex offenders.

Q: What will my rent be?
A: Your rent will depend on the program that the apartment was financed with and the legal registered rent with DHCR. Your rent is not based on your income. If you have a Section 8 voucher or other rental subsidy, your out-of-pocket share may, however, be lower. A leasing agent can provide you with more information.  You may also consult the rent tables above.

Q: Do you accept one-shot deals, Section 8, or other subsidy programs?
A: Yes. Please note however that you must still meet all other eligibility criteria for an apartment. A leasing agent can provide you with more information.

Q: I have a pet. Can I bring him/her?
A: Some of our properties are pet-friendly. Inquire with our leasing agent during the application process. All pets must be registered and vaccinated. View our Pet Policy.

Q: Will you be inspecting my apartment after I move in?
A: Yes. You will be notified ahead of time each year before we conduct mandatory apartment inspections.

For more information about available apartments, please contact a housing specialist or call us at 718-993-6737.
For all available affordable housing in New York City, call the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s Housing Hotline at 212-863-5610.
For emergency housing, call the New York City Information Hotline at 311.

We are an equal opportunity housing provider. We comply in all respects with the Federal Fair Housing Act, the NYC Human Rights Law, the NYC Rent Stabilization Law, and all other state and local housing laws. We do not discriminate against any person because of race, color, creed, age, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, gender (including gender identity), sexual orientation, religion, disability, marital status, lawful occupation, family status, lawful source of income, or partnership status.