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Hudson Cos. Opens $105M Brooklyn Rental Project

The Hudson Cos. announced today the opening of The Lois, Brooklyn’s latest full-service rental building located on the border of Prospect-Lefferts Gardens and East Flatbush. The eight-story, 250-unit building features a mix of middle-income and market rate residences from studios to three bedrooms, along with exclusive amenities and common spaces as well as 6,000 square feet of ground floor retail.
The $105-million, 227,000-square-foot project was developed by The Hudson Cos., designed by  CetraRuddy Architecture and NV5 Landscape Architecture. Wells Fargo served as the project’s construction lender.
Through the Affordable New York program, The Lois has set aside 75 units, or 30% of the building’s total, for households earning between 110% and 130% of Area Median Income.
Located at 350 Clarkson Ave., The Lois is the second building in a phased project bringing a total of more than 400 apartments to Brooklyn’s East Flatbush – Prospect-Lefferts Gardens neighborhood.


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