Tuesday, May 6, 2008

PACC Restores 420 Classon Avenue

Eventhough I'm still mad at PACC (Pratt Area Community Council) for withdrawing my application for 55 Putnam Ave, 5 years ago, I think they did a great job of restoring 420 Classon Avenue, which is on the border of Bedford Stuyvesant and Clinton Hill.

PACC took three dilapidated builidings and turned them into 12 affordable condominiums. According to Brownstoner.com, the lottery has been held and the non-profit is currently checking applicants' credit records and confirming their eligibility. Hopefully PACC doesn't stifle another young man trying to attain the American dream.

The job doesn't look cheap but the prices are pretty good: Four one-bedrooms priced between $185,000 and $211,000 are available for households earning up to $73,700; four two-bedrooms priced from $258,000 to $270,000 are available for households earning up to $92,200; four two-bedrooms priced from $374,000 to $424,000 are available for households earning up to $116,900.







3 comments:

Michelle Stacey said...

hey! were you able to make it to the showcase? I planned the event and live around the corner from you it seems.

Michelle Stacey said...

oh and by that i meant we had a designers showcase...check out this link:

http://www.clintonhillblog.com/?p=1622

ill post some photos on my blog today and throughout this week!

Mr. Renovation said...

I missed the showcase. I didn't check your post this weekend. Is PACC going to show the Hawthorne Condos again?