Kingsborough Apartments is a completely renovated multifamily housing complex located in Gloversville, NY. Kingsborough Apartments has 11 one bedroom apartments and 29 two bedroom apartments, 4 of which are adapted for tenants with hearing or vision impairment. This facility provides safe, affordable housing for families and individuals.
Our property currently has vacancies for both handicap accessible and standard units. Applications are being take at the Gloversville Housing Authority, 181 West Street, Gloversville, NY 12078, weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Applications can also be submitted by mail. Eight (8) units benefit from a Section 8 Project Based Voucher, and qualified applicants will be referred to the HCR LA for placement on the waiting list for a Project Based Voucher. PBV Rents are affordable and based on income.
Living in Kingsborough Apartments has many advantages. The new building is fully accessible, attractive, and completely renovated. This is a historic building situated in the center of the City of Gloversville and in close proximity to shopping, community facilities, and medical and supportive service providers.
Apartments are equipped with central heat and air conditioning and sprinklers. Additionally, we have fire alarm protection and an intercom system for our main entrances.
Knitting Mill Apartments
Knitting Mill Apartments is the conversion of a vacant historic knitting mill into 100 units of senior housing located at 69 Alden Street in the City of Fall River, MA.
This adaptive reuse project was funded through the MA Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD) 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits Program, Massachusetts (MA) Low Income Housing Tax Credits, MA HOME Funds, Housing Stabilization Funds (HSF), Housing Innovation funds (HIF), Affordable Housing Trust Funds AHTF Funds and City of Fall River HOME Funds as well as Federal and State Historic Tax Credits.
The affordability of the project was enhanced by DHCD awarding 8 units of MA Rental Voucher Program units and 8 units of Section 8.
The construction budget for the construction of the units was approximately $24 million and included the construction of a new senior center to be leased to the Fall River Council on Aging and a medical education center to be leased to Health First Family Care Centers.