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Low Income Housing and Subsidized Apartments in Princeton, NJ

Below is the listing of 6 affordable apartments and low-income housing in Princeton, NJ. 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 affordable housing.

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Cranbury Housing Associates - Multi-Family Housing Rental (for Family)
Location: Princeton, NJ - 08540
Contact Phone: (609) 786-1102
Details: Quality, variety, affordability and integration into the community are the hallmarks of the affordable homes being offered by Cranbury Housing Associates. Located in the beautiful village of Cranbury, NJ, these one, two and three bedroom homes represent a unique opportunity for qualified households to buy or rent a spacious apartment, condominium or townhouse style home at an affordable price.
Elm Court - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Princeton, NJ - 08540
Contact Phone: (609) 921-0929
Details: In 1985, Elm Court opened its doors with 88 one-bedroom and studio units, 9 of which are designed for individuals who are mobility impaired. Elm Court was designed to serve Princeton’s very low-income senior residents. Non-senior applicants, under age 62, are eligible for housing if they require the accessible features of a handicap unit as defined by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Elm Court is located at 300 Elm Road in the western section of Princeton. Princeton Community Housing receives support for this project in the form of HUD 202 funds and Section 8 rental subsidies. Residents pay 30% of their adjusted annual gross income in rent. Community activities include holiday parties, bingo, and health screenings. Some residents of Elm Court are eligible to participate in the Congregate Care Program, which offers a meal, light housekeeping. and limited personal care services. The Community Garden is a joint venture between Elm Court and Harriet Bryan House - an adjacent PCH community. Residents of the two communities grow vegetables and flowers in their own garden plots. Transportation to grocery stores, the hospital, the Princeton Shopping Center, Palmer Square and various churches is available on a weekly basis through transportation services provided by Princeton, Princeton Community Housing and Mercer County. These activities and services make Elm Court a lovely place to live.
Elm Court Ii - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Princeton, NJ - 08540
Contact Phone: (609) 921-0929
Details: Elm Court was designed to serve Princeton’s very low-income senior residents. Non-senior applicants, under age 62, are eligible for housing if they require the accessible features of a handicap unit as defined by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Elm Court is located at 300 Elm Road in the western section of Princeton. Princeton Community Housing receives support for this project in the form of HUD 202 funds and Section 8 rental subsidies. Residents pay 30% of their adjusted annual gross income in rent. Community activities include holiday parties, bingo, and health screenings. Some residents of Elm Court are eligible to participate in the Congregate Care Program, which offers a meal, light housekeeping. and limited personal care services. The Community Garden is a joint venture between Elm Court and Harriet Bryan House - an adjacent PCH community. Residents of the two communities grow vegetables and flowers in their own garden plots. Transportation to grocery stores, the hospital, the Princeton Shopping Center, Palmer Square and various churches is available on a weekly basis through transportation services provided by Princeton, Princeton Community Housing and Mercer County. These activities and services make Elm Court a lovely place to live.
Princeton Community Village - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Princeton, NJ - 08540
Contact Phone: (609) 921-1686
Details: Since 1975, Princeton Community Village has provided high-quality low- and moderate-income housing for families and individuals. There are 71 one-bedroom apartments in Holly House, a six-story mid-rise building. In addition, there are 167 two-, three-, and four-bedroom townhouses. The Club House opened in 1997 and provides a welcome place for the residents to participate in community activities and to use for special events. “The Village” is located at Karl Light Boulevard off Bunn Drive at the top of the Princeton ridge and is nestled among the trees in a park-like setting. It is within walking distance to the Princeton Shopping Center. Public transportation is available from New Jersey Transit and the local FreeB bus. Community activities at Princeton Community Village include the Princeton Young Achievers after school program and classes sponsored by the Princeton Adult School. Princeton Community Village, a HUD Section 236 development, receives selected Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) rental subsidies.
Princeton Consumer Home - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: Princeton, NJ - 08540
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Princeton Group Home - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: Princeton, NJ - 08540
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