If you and one roommate each make more than $9.81 per hour, then you make "too much money" to be eligible for Bloomberg's affordable housing plans, no matter how many he builds.

A tax-subsidized housing development on the Bowery, the Avalon Chrystie Place, is 25% affordable housing. The affordable units are only for households that make a combined income of less than $37,700 a year. The rest of the units are priced much higher, with 2-bedroom apartments starting at over $4,700 rent per month.

Like the Avalon development, Schaefer Landing in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is a tax-subsidized housing development. Its website calls itself "Cosmopolitan Luxury." A percentage of units are affordable, but are available only for very low income households who make under a combined $37,700 a year. The rest of the units are priced much higher, with some 3-bedroom apartments for a $1.7 million sale price.


Sources
The Office of the Mayor
New York Times
NY1 News
The Avalon Chrystie Place website
Schaefer Landing website