The September 15th deadline for turning in applications is now closed. We will continue to accept any applications postmarked by the September 15th due date.
Processing applications will begin in October. Selected applicants from the lottery will be notified by mail and phone call as we process each of the 30 units available for the general public. If you have not received a notification, your application will be placed in the waitlist.
Stanford Ave Apartments is an 85-apartment new residential building, comprising of two buildings which are three-storied, and has 93 parking spaces. Each unit has a balcony and the building has a central courtyard. There will be two onsite managers and supportive services for all units will be provided by Housing Works.
Thirty (30) apartments are reserved for low-income households who earn between 30% to 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Household sizes will range from two to seven people with annual household incomes up to $73,020. Note: Income and Rent limits are adjusted each year by the State to account for economic factors such as inflation (for current income limits, refer to the table below).
Supportive services, provided at no cost: Onsite case management, financial literacy, and linkages to ESL, GED classes, healthcare and wellness classes.
|2 Person||3 Person||4 Person||5 Person|
|Up to 30% AMI||$27,030||$30,420||$33,780||$36,510|
|UP to 50% AMI||$45,050||$50,600||$56,300||$60,850|
|UP to 60% AMI||$54,060||$60,840||$67,560||$73,020|
|2 Bedrooms||3 Bedrooms||Total|
|Total # of Units||5||25||30|
|Up to 30% AMI||—||3||3|
|UP to 50% AMI||5||4||9|
|UP to 60% AMI||—||18||18|
This housing is offered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, ancestry, genetic information, source of income, age, marital status, familial status, sexual orientation or preference, gender identity, or disability, or any other basis prohibited by law.
A person with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation (a reasonable change in policies), a reasonable structural modification, an accessible unit or the provision of auxiliary aids and services, in order to have equal access to a housing program. If you or anyone in your household has a disability, and because of that disability requires a specific accommodation, modification or auxiliary aids or services to fully use our housing services, please contact our staff for a reasonable accommodation form.