Miami Beach is once again opening its wait list for affordable housing — but residents will have to act fast. From now until Friday, July 5, residents will have a chance to get a spot on the city’s wait list for affordable housing properties with studio apartments. They can apply online, not in person. This is the third time since 2015 that the city has opened the waiting list. Pre-applications opened up Monday morning for studio apartments for up to two people at Madeleine Village in North Beach and Neptune Apartments in South Beach. Applicants’ household income must be no less than $8,868 and no more than $47,450 for a household of one and $54,200 for a household of two. The set rent amount for the studio apartments is $739 a month. The city currently has 51 studio apartment units designated as affordable housing, said spokeswoman Melissa Berthier.