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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) unveiled the first housing discrimination mobile application for iPhone and iPad in February 2013.

Developed by HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) and Hewlett Packard (HP), the app provides the public with a quick and easy way to learn about their housing rights and to file housing discrimination complaints, and inform the housing industry about its responsibilities under the Fair Housing Act.

Go to HUD.gov for more information and to download the app.

The app will be an important tool to:

  • assist fair housing groups and other civil rights advocacy organizations in their efforts to help individuals pursue their housing rights and industry to educate their members on their responsibilities.
  • equip people everywhere with the information they need to combat housing discrimination
  • make the process for filing fair housing complaints faster and easier
  • arm fair housing partners with the information needed to understand fair housing rights and responsibilities

The app can also:

  • be used by individuals researching their housing rights after a natural disaster, when power outages make the iPhone/iPad one of the few ways to access the Internet
  • provide information about the fair housing complaint process
  • allow the public to access HUD’s toll-free discrimination hotline and link to HUD’s fair housing Web site, www.hud.gov/fairhousing.

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The Grace Terrace development includes 66 One Bedroom and one bathroom rental apartments for seniors 55 and older. The development is comprised of 10 stories which include an elevator, community room, laundry room, smoke free and a resident superintendent. This development is conveiniently located near shopping and transportation.

Eligibility Requirements: Households with income at or below 50 percent and up to 60 percent of Westchester's Area Median Income will be eligible to qualify to rent an apartment. See HUD Income Guidelines.

Heritage Homes Details:

Unit Type Quantity Monthly Rent

Maximum 

Household 

Income

Minimum Income
One-Bedroom

21

$535.00

One Person - $22,650.00

Two Person - $25,890.00

$19,040.00
One-Bedroom

21

$730.00

One Person - $30,200.00

Two Person - $34,520.00

$26,800.00
One-Bedroom

16

$925.00

One Person - $37,750.00

Two Person - $43,150.00

$34,600.00
One-Bedroom

8

$1,153.00

These 8 units are Project Based Section 8 Units are set-aside for households

who do not meet the minimum income requirements. These tenants will pay

no more than 30 percent of their household income their rent.

(Maximum income one person: $37,750.00 and two persons $43,150.00)

For More Information and How to Apply: Applications are currently available in English and Spanish. Please see the Brochure, which is also available in Spanish. For more information, contact the Housing Action Council by e-mail at hac@affordablehomes.org, or by phone at (914)-332-4144.

Location Details and Useful Web Links:

UnderhillThis newly rehabilitated development continues to accept rental applications. Located at 240-250 Underhill Avenue in Yorktown Heights, Underhill Apartments is conveniently located near shopping and municipal services and has easy access to the Bee-Line bus route. Amenities include an on-site laundry room, free parking, and a community room with computer workstations that are available to residents. There will be one-, two- and three-bedroom affirmatively marketed fair and affordable apartments available as current tenants vacate.

Eligibility Requirements: In order to qualify for the apartments, household income must be at or below 30 percent and up to 60 percent area median income for Westchester County. See income chart.

Underhill Apartments Details:

Unit Type Quantity Monthly Rent Floor Plans
One-Bedroom

3

$607 - $1,215 depending on income

Floor plan

Two-Bedroom

5

$729 - $1,458 depending on income

Floor plan

Three-Bedroom

5

$841 - $1,683 depending on income

Floor plan

Expected Occupancy: As apartments become available

For More Information and How to Apply: For more information and to get an application for an apartment, contact: Yorktown Housing Fund LLC c/o Rental Office by calling (914) 302-6886. Their office is located at 250 Underhill Ave., Yorktown Heights, NY 10598.

Location Details and Useful Web Links:

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The Cambium Condominium located in the Town of Mamaroneck is a new residential development located at 10 Byron Place.  This development features seven floors of residential units above a three level parking garage.  Amenities include a full-time doorman, concierege services, a media center, a fitness center, storage space, parking below the building and Wi-Fi in all common areas. 

This development are in close proximity to banks, restaurants, a post office, playgrounds, various houses of worship and shopping.  This property is located in the Mamaroneck Union Free School District; there are five elementary schools less than three miles from the site; the Hommocks Middle School for grades 6-8 is approximately 1½ miles away; Mamaroneck High School is less than two miles from the site.

Bee-Line bus route 61 stops on Chatsworth Avenue and bus routes 60, 66, 70 and 71 have stops nearby. The Metro-North Railroad New Haven Line services the Larchmont station and is within walking distance of the site. An entrance to Interstate 95 southbound is located less than ½ mile from the site.

The Town of Mamaroneck Recreation Department operates a pool and ice rink located 1 1/2 miles from the site and tennis courts are approximately one mile from the site.

Eligibility Requirements: Households with income at or below 80% percent of Westchester's Area Median Income will be eligible to qualify to rent an apartment. See HUD Income Guidelines.

Cambium Condominium Details:

Unit Type Quantity Monthly Rent
One-Bedroom

8

$2,081.33

Two-Bedroom

2

$2,599.33

 

For More Information and How to Apply: Applications are currently online. For more information, contact the Town of Mamaroneck at (914) 381-7840.  If you would like to see the available apartments, please contact Allan Wolfson

Location Details and Useful Web Links:

Bridleside Located in the beautiful northern Westchester community of North Salem, Bridleside Apartments provides 64 affirmatively marketed fair and affordable rental apartments plus a superintendent apartment. There are 20 one-bedroom apartment averaging 850 square feet, 40 two-bedroom apartments which average 1025 square feet and 5 three-bedroom averaging 1285 square feet in size. All apartments have either private patios or balconies and tenant controlled air conditioning. The many amenities include a clubhouse with a fitness center, library and fully equipped kitchen.  Also included is a Bridleside van service providing transportation to the train station and other local destinations.

Eligibility Requirements: In order to qualify for the apartments, household income must be at or below 50 percent and up to 60 percent area median income for Westchester County. See HUD Income Guidelines.

Bridleside Apartments Details:

Unit Type Quantity Monthly Rent Floor Plans
One-Bedroom

20

$979 - $1,182

Floor plan

Two-Bedroom

40

$1,171 - $1,414

Floor plan

Three-Bedroom

5

$1,351 - $1,631

Floor plan

Expected Occupancy: All apartments are leased, but applications are being accepted for wait list.

For More Information and How to Apply: Wait list applications are currently in English and Spanish. Please see the Bridleside Brochure, which is also available in Spanish. For more information, contact the Housing Action Council by e-mail at hac@affordablehomes.org, or by phone at (914)-332-4144.

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