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Crossroads at Baldwin Place Family HousingThe newly constructed Crossroads at Baldwin Place will include 10 fair and affordable apartments and two market rate apartments. The apartments contain two bedrooms/one bath and range in size in size from +/‐ 1084 SF to +/‐ 1227 SF. It also includes a living room, dining area and kitchen. The kitchen will be equipped with Energy Star appliances, including range/oven, refrigerator and dishwasher. Thebuilding is a two story walk‐up with six apartments located on the first floor and six apartments on the second.

Crossroads at Baldwin Place is located in the Town of Somers off of Route 6 in north central Westchester County bordered by the Towns of North Salem and Lewisboro on the east, Bedford and New Castle on the south, Yorktown on the west, and Putnam County on the north. It is approximately 45 miles north of New York City. It is across from the Somers Commons Shopping Center with a Super Stop & Shop, a pharmacy, bakery, bank, Home Goods, Chili’s restaurant and more. Jefferson Valley Mall, a major retail center including Macy’s and Sears, is less than three miles away, also located on Route 6.

The Westchester Bee‐Line Bus System offers two buses directly from the Somers Commons Shopping Center. The #16 bus departs to Peekskill approximately once an hour from 8 a.m. through 10 p.m. and the #77 bus travels to White Plains three times between 6 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. and returns from White Plains between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Croton Falls on the Harlem line is the closest Metro North Station at 7.4 miles away. The train provides access to Manhattan via Grand Central Terminal and services White Plains along the way. The nearby Taconic Parkway provides easy car access to lower Westchester and New York City and to points North.

Somers offers extensive recreational facilities, including Reis Park, and the Angle Fly Preserve. The Parks and Recreation Department provides diversified programs for all age groups. There are numerous clubs and community organizations including the American Legion, League of Women Voters, Friends in Service Helping (FISH) and a Community Branch of the YMCA of Central‐Northern Westchester.

Students residing at Crossroads at Baldwin Place will attend schools in the Somers Central School District. The District is made up of four schools: two at the elementary school level, one at middle school level, and one at high school level.

Somers is known for being the “cradle of the American circus”. Hachaliah Bailey erected the Elephant Hotel in honor of his elephant that toured in the old‐style circus. It is a National Historic Landmark which is currently the Somers Town Hall.

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.

Crossroads at Baldwin Place Details:

Unit Type Quantity Monthly Rent Floor Plan
Two-Bedroom 6 $1,279 Floor Plan
Two-Bedroom 4 $1,995 Floor Plan

Applications Due: Feb. 8, 2018

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.

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