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Maple Commons (also known as 41-51 Maple Street) is a newly constructed 33-unit development consisting of two 2-story residential buildings, ready for occupancy around June of 2024. 32 affordable rental units are available by lottery to households at or below 30%, 50%, 60% and 80% of Westchester County’s Area Median Income. Maple Commons includes one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units, a number of which are adapted to meet the needs of residents with mobility or vision/hearing impairments.

The community features a pocket park, on-site parking and free internet. Hot water included. Tenants pay for other utilities.

Maple Commons is located directly off Route 9 at the gateway to the Village of Croton-on-Hudson. It is located across the street from a supermarket and there are many other nearby dining and retail opportunities. Maple Commons is situated within walking distance to Metro North Hudson Line & Amtrak trains with Westchester Bee Line Bus Service directly in front of building. Healthcare services are conveniently close with Phelps Memorial Hospital nearby. Maple Commons is served by the award-winning Croton-Harmon Union Free School District, with Pierre Van Cortlandt Middle School and Croton-Harmon High School a short walk from the development.

The Village of Croton-on-Hudson is located in Westchester County and is part of the Town of Cortlandt, it is bordered by unincorporated parts of the Town of Cortlandt to the North and East, the Town and Village of Ossining to the South, and the Hudson River to the West. The Village of Croton-on-Hudson is located about 30 miles north of New York City. The Village of Croton-on-Hudson (and the Town of Cortlandt) provides many recreational opportunities for all ages including a village swimming area on the Croton River and the Charles J. Cook Town Pool and active clubs for seniors. The Croton Free Library is part of the Westchester Library System, and acts as a cultural hub offering activities and events for children and adults. Additionally, Duck Pond Park, Dobbs Park and Vassallo Park. Also within walking distance are Senasqua Park and Croton Landing directly on the Hudson River. The Village and Town have a number of additional recreational facilities including boat/kayak launches, parks, lakes, nature areas, playgrounds, and hiking trails. 

Building Details:

Unit Type Quantity Monthly Rent* % AMI Household Size
One Bedroom 1 $765 30% 1-2
One Bedroom 3 $1,315 50% 1-2
One Bedroom 6 $1,591 60% 1-2
One Bedroom 1 $1,989 80% 1-2
Two Bedroom 2 $921 30% 2-4
Two Bedroom 2 $1,582 50% 2-4
Two Bedroom 5 $1,913 60% 2-4
Two Bedroom 1 $2,405 80% 2-4
Three Bedroom 1 $1,055 30% 3-6
Three Bedroom 3 $1,818 50% 3-6
Three Bedroom 5 $2,200 60% 3-6 
Three Bedroom $2,964 80%  3-6

*Rents may be subject to adjustment. Rents include hot water. Tenant pays for other utilities. Income guidelines are subject to change. . 

Eligibility Requirements: In order to qualify for the apartments, household income must be at or below 30%, 50%, 60% or 80% of area median income for Westchester County. HUD Income Guidelines

Applications Due: Applications are due April 18, 2024. Qualified applicants will be placed in a lottery, which will be held on May 3, 2024. Applications received after the deadline will be added to a waitlist. 

For More Information and How to Apply: To apply online or to download an application, brochure or additional information, please visit Housing Action Council (www.housingactioncouncil.org). Applications and additional information can also be obtained by contacting Housing Action Council by e-mail at or by phone at (914)-332-4144.

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