Apartments

Andover Apartments

“These attractive, energy efficient units offer safe, affordable housing with supportive services for homeless individuals with disabilities. They have been a significant new housing resource to the Durham community…"
-Mary Reca Todd, North Carolina Housing Finance Agency, describing Housing for New Hope’s Andover Apartments

Completed in 2006, Andover Apartments provides twenty units of affordable, supportive housing for homeless individuals with mental illness or other disabling conditions. Residents are referred from, and supported by, community mental health agencies.

Follow the links for additional information about Andover Apartments, including rental application, affordable rent policy, and tenant selection plan.

For more information about Andover Apartments, please contact Hap Johnson or Benjamin Burnette, Property Management, at benjamin@housingfornewhope.org or 919.698.4065.

Williams Square Apartments

Completed in 2010, Williams Square Apartments provides twenty-four apartments and a community center for homeless individuals with disabling conditions. Williams Square Apartments is named in memory of alumnus, staff, and board member Alphonso Williams.

Williams Square was featured in the 2010 annual report of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta, a significant funder of the development (on the cover and on pages 14 through 21).

Follow the links for additional information about Williams Square Apartments, including rental application, affordable rent policy, and tenant selection plan.

For more information about Williams Square Apartments, please contact Hap Johnson or
Benjamin Burnette, Property Management, at benjamin@housingfornewhope.org or 919.698.4065.

Sherwood Park Apartments

Since opening in 1997, the twenty-unit Sherwood Park Efficiency Apartments has provided supportive, affordable housing for homeless individuals with modest incomes.

For more information about Sherwood Park Apartments, please contact Sam Whitted, Tenant Advocate, at samw@housingfornewhope.org or 919.956.5835.

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