Finding Affordable Housing in New Jersey

Welcome to! Here it is easy to find information on New Jersey low income apartments. Just click on a city in the list of New Jersey cities below.

Most listings found here are descriptions of affordable housing in New Jersey. There is a range of options for the low income renter seeking housing in New Jersey, including listings of housing types sponsored by Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and properties sponsored by state or local housing authorities.

Some apartments listed here will require prospective residents to meet income eligibility requirements and other guidelines specific to a housing authority, and other properties will be open to all residents needing New Jersey low income apartments.

The listings are not comprehensive for each geographic area, but we do strive to provide as many listings as available per city in New Jersey. Our goal is to match each website user with as many affordable housing opportunities as possible.

We welcome user reviews and corrections of property listings. It is also our desire to meet your information needs. If you need help, please do not hesitate to contact us. You should be able to find affordable housing in New Jersey without paying too much!

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  • King Gardens
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Family )
    • Englewood, NJ - 07631
  • Knoll Heights Village
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly )
    • Sparta, NJ - 07871
  • Soders Village
    Multi-Family Housing Rental (for Family)
    • Carneys Point, NJ - 8069
    • (856) 728-8244
  • First Montclair House A/k/a/ Montclair Senior Citi
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly )
    • Montclair, NJ - 07042-4933
  • Westfield Senior Citizens
    Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly )
    • Westfield, NJ - 07090-1617
    The First Westfield Senior Citizens Housing Development, located at 1133 Boynton Avenue, Westfield, NJ, was planned and built by the Westfield Senior Citizens Housing Corporation (non-profit). The facility was under discussion and planned for over ten years. Construction of the 172-unit complex commenced in September of 1976, and the first units were occupied in November of 1977. Rent subsidies have been awarded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Board of Trustees of the corporation oversees the development and sets policy, subject to the requirements of Federal and State laws and regulations which affect all aspects of the facility, including tenant eligibility, subsidy eligibility, rental charges, maintenance and general administration. The facility evolved from efforts by several Westfield churches and a series of study committees appointed by and reporting to Mayors of the Town. It is built on land owned by the Town of Westfield and leased to the Corporation. In accordance with the lease agreement with the Town of Westfield, the purpose of the project is to serve the needs of low-income senior citizens. The building, on a 10-acre site on Boynton Avenue, southeast of its intersection with Sycamore Street, is a short distance from Central Avenue and the South Side Fire House. It is in the shape of an "H", three stories high, of brick-veneer masonry construction. The 172 units are as follows: 4 two-bedroom 132 one-bedroom 36 efficiencies The building has been specifically designed to accommodate the needs of senior citizens. Three elevators and low- incline ramps make climbing stairs unnecessary. Grab-rails in the bathroom, emergency response alarms, closed circuit TV monitoring of the front door, wheelchair width doorways, and easy to read and individually controlled thermostats are among the senior-oriented features. Some of the units have been specifically designed for wheelchair-bound residents.