Rental Homes

11,519 resident leaders trained More than 90 percent of people in the United States rent a home at some point in their lives. Affordable rental homes are critical to the local workforce and the overall vibrancy and sustainability of the communities.

The NeighborWorks network owns and manages more than 100,000 high-quality affordable rental homes in communities nationwide. Our goal is to make our member organizations the best affordable housing providers in the country and a model to all other organizations offering affordable housing.


Housing for Farm Worker Families
Housing for Farm Worker Families
In the rural community of Lamont, CA, Self Help Enterprises has created Rancho Lindo Apartments ─ a multi-family housing complex that benefits low-income farm workers and their families. The resident program at Rancho Lindo works with many community partners to provide services such as job training, health and medical services, financial training and homebuyer education.
Intergenerational Campus for Seniors, Families and Artists
Intergenerational Campus for Seniors, Families and Artists
Seniors, working families and artists live alongside each other at Woodstock Commons, a 53-home intergenerational housing campus developed by Rural Ulster Preservation Company (RUPCO) in the hamlet of Woodstock, NY. Woodstock Commons offers 20 homes for seniors, 33 homes for families and 12 homes preferenced for artists who are actively engaged in their art form.
Combining Green Office Spaces and Affordable Apartments
Combining Green Office Spaces and Affordable Apartments
Designed to revitalize a large block in downtown Burlington, VT, the King Street Apartments and Champlain Housing Trust (CHT) headquarters was a major joint effort between CHT, Housing Vermont and private developer Redstone Commercial Group. The new structure was built to LEED standards and provides 13,500 square feet of commercial space and 20 affordable apartments.
Redeveloping Historic Schoolhouses into Affordable Homes
Redeveloping Historic Schoolhouses into Affordable Homes
Madison Park Development Corp. partnered with a local developer to preserve several foreclosed buildings and deliver affordable homes for families living in the Roxbury, Dorchester and Mattapan neighborhoods of Boston. The resulting Schoolhouse Apartment development brings together three redeveloped historic schoolhouses that provide 128 apartments to families and seniors with Section 8 assistance.
 

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