The Manhattan Housing Authority's Public Housing communities consist of one high-rise and one mid-rise apartment building, two communities with duplex/fourplex buildings and two communities of town home units. Public Housing units are generally owned and operated by a local Public Housing Authority, or PHA. PHA's receive operating subsidy from HUD and, combined with rental revenues, use the funding to maintain and manage the properties.
About the Program
Provides housing to income qualified applicants. The Housing Authority currently has five properties totaling 202 units, with efficiency, 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom units. The Housing Authority also manages a sixth property (Flint Hills Place Improvements) with 60 dual-designated Public Housing/Low Income Housing Tax Credit units.