HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE TOWN OF GREENWICH
Since 1946, the Housing Authority has been committed to being an effective and successful producer, owner and manager of affordable housing options for seniors, families and individuals from various racial, ethnic and economic backgrounds. The Housing Authority controls nearly 761 units in 15 properties, including home-ownership condominiums, scattered-site housing, various developments and PARSONAGE COTTAGE. The Housing Authority also administers 317 families through the Section 8 Program. About 2,600 residents are served by the housing programs, through resident associations and with the help of professional staff and outside support agencies (e.g., COMMUNITY CENTERS INC, FAMILY CENTERS, GREENWICH DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES).
- (203) 869 1138
- June 13, 2017
- Postal Address:
- PO Box 141 Greenwich,CT 06836
- Physical Address:
- 249 Milbank Avenue
Agnes Morley Heights
Greenwich, CT 06830 Google Map
- Open Hours:
- MON-FRI, 8:30 - 4:30
- Anthony L. Johnson
- Executive Director, CEO
- Adams Garden, 1949 – 80 family garden style apartments. Financed by State of Connecticut.
- Armstrong Court, 1951 – 144 family apartments. Financed by State of Connecticut.
- Wilbur Peck Court – 110 family apartments. Financed by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
- Town Hall Annex, 1984 – 28 family apartments. Financed by State of Connecticut.
- McKinney Terrace I, Family, 1988 – 21 family apartments. Financed by State of Connecticut.
- Edgewood Avenue, 1990 – 7 family apartments. Financed through a conventional mortgage.
- Greenwich Close, 1997 – 113 market rate and 17 affordable family apartments. Financed through tax-exemot bonds and HUD.
- Columbus Avenue and Ritch Avenue, 1992 – Duplex two, three, and four bedroom apartments, purchased for affordable housing. Financed through a conventional mortgage.
- Oakridge Street and Homestead Lane, 1997 – Four two bedroom family apartments, purchased for affordable housing. Financed through a conventional mortgage.
- Strickland Road, 2013 – Duplex three bedroom apartments, two bedroom and three bedroom apartments purchased for affordable housing. Finance through a conventional mortgage.
- Quarry Knoll I, 1962 – 50 elderly apartments. Financed by HUD.
- Agnes Morley Heights, 1973 – 150 elderly apartments. Financed by HUD.
- Quarry Knoll II, 1980 – 40 elderly apartments. Financed by Connecticut Housing Finance Authority.
- McKinney Terrace II, Elderly, 1988 – 51 elderly apartments. Financed by a State of Connecticut grant.
- PARSONAGE COTTAGE, 1997 – 40 bed Connecticut licensed home for the aged, managed by the Housing Authority and funded through a consortium of federal, state, and local private funding.
- SECTION 8
- APPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC HOUSING – available at office